prominence[ prom-uh-nuhns ]SEE DEFINITION OF prominence
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROMINENCE
Yet there was a set of the mouth and a prominence of the chin which relieved him of any trace of effeminacy.
But he was prominent in nothing, for prominence was to him a thing like bodily pain.
It had become a grimace that creased every wrinkle into prominence.
Prominence was given to local endeavor in behalf of the helpless poor.
This was the time when Pandit Sashadhar rose into prominence.
Neither can be charged with pushing or intriguing himself into prominence.
In the few stamps at our disposal we have found but one of any prominence.
At all events, it is in the north that the cult of Dagan rises to prominence.
Yet the events of the war had forced the problem of the Negro into prominence.
His chin, too, had the prominence and squareness which mark the man of determination.