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Cuisinart rose to prominence thanks to a close association with celebrity chefs in the 1970s.

Frontloading your title tag with your target keyword increases that keyword’s prominence, giving more weight to its importance.

YouTube’s prominence for NBC News rose as the revenue the platform earned increased.

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Whatever prominences and other shapes in the corona are visible to observers on Earth will be headed right at the spacecraft.

This type of model isn’t that progressive, but the ability to implement it is far ahead of where it was during previous economic downturns thanks to the prominence of tech platforms.

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Being something of a political cipher may have helped Revels rise to prominence.

He first rose to prominence as a lawyer in Queens, who settled a boiling racial dispute over public housing in Forest Hills.

This puts them at odds with the countless polytheistic religions, where many gods compete for prominence.

The opposite phenomenon also occurs: neglected writers who ascend to prominence only posthumously.

He also gave unique prominence to Turkey in issues of state.

The cruelty hidden in the beautiful lines of his mouth took instant prominence in the smile that flickered round it.

Old "Si Waterman's Folly," as the rumored "mine" was called, seemed to be coming into sudden prominence.

The Homestead developments had given him temporary prominence, thrown this particular hydra-head into bold relief, so to speak.

He placed it in prominence, instinctively or designedly, rejecting the merely complementary parts.

Keep the background in value as regards prominence and relief of objects as well as in the matter of color.


On this page you'll find 96 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to prominence, such as: eminence, height, bulge, bump, cliff, and conspicuousness.

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