Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE MARKED

Nowhere in the world has this progress been more marked than in Latin America.

The variety of type is more marked physically than in our country.

For washing purposes the value of a soft water is more marked.

No difference can be more marked than between the Hindoostani and the Malay.

The effect of tillage on the trees is more marked and better known.

But of the two, their affinities with the odd-toed division are more marked.

Our sensitiveness to changes of temperature, I have noticed, is more marked than yours.

The dissimilarity is yet more marked in the preparations for the nymphosis.

There is no more marked feature of the age than these associations.

Was the change in her more marked than usual, or was it only that he was awake?