noticeable


noticeable
noticeable [nōt′is ə bəl]
adj.
1. readily noticed; conspicuous
2. worth noticing; significant
noticeably
adv.
SYN.- NOTICEABLE is applied to that which must inevitably be noticed [a noticeable coolness in his manner ]; REMARKABLE applies to that which is noticeable because it is unusual or exceptional [remarkable beauty ]; PROMINENT refers to that which literally or figuratively stands out from its background [a prominent nose, a prominent author ]; an OUTSTANDING person or thing is remarkable as compared with others of its kind [an outstanding sculptor ]; CONSPICUOUS applies to that which is so obvious or manifest as to be immediately perceptible [conspicuous gallantry ]; STRIKING is used of something so out of the ordinary that it leaves a sharp impression on the mind [a striking epigram ]

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