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saliency

noun as in jutting

Strong matches

Weak match

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Example Sentences

The saliency of the “socialist” messaging may be one where both parties agree.

Then, we located the maximum of the saliency map, and recorded which demographic category it landed on.

Nor is the deficit, which has lost its saliency since it was cut in half to $500 billion.

There is so much all around you, and so little saliency, that it is hard to say where to begin and where to leave off.

Inflection, especially in union with pause, serves an important function in indicating the saliency of specific ideas or words.

The reaction from the chief episode of his earlier life had bred in Glennard an uneasy distaste for any kind of personal saliency.

This had the further advantage of giving great saliency to the ravelin for cross-fire over the terrain of the attack.

The great saliency of the bastion is a weak point, but the whole arrangement is simple and strong.

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On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to saliency, such as: protuberance, salience, and protuberancy.

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

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