stand out[ stand-out ]SEE DEFINITION OF stand out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STAND OUT
"Stand out in front of him and hold his head down a bit;" this to the boy.
One evening in particular appears to stand out as a type of the whole.
Mr. Cripps, will you be good enough to stand out of the way?
This appeal was too much for the grocer to stand out against.
I was to stand out there, before the door, and prevent any one knocking.
Among these tuna I fought were three that stand out strikingly.
They are sometimes of abnormal size or stand out from the face.
Her weakness seemed to stand out against the background of his strength.
"I suppose it's of no use to stand out now," said Poodles, timidly.
How can each part of the poem be made to stand out by itself?