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- adv. In a conspicuous manner; noticeably.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a conspicuous manner, Obviously; prominently; in a manner to catch the eye or the attention.
- Eminently; remarkably.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a prominent way
- adv. in a manner tending to attract attention
Without missing a beat, the taller man handed Dickie a beer (apparently it was not too early to drink), and began challenging his opponent to distinguish between the genuine ascetic and what he termed the conspicuously nonconsuming -poverty snob.
Also, on desk, conspicuously, is a heavy dispatch box.
Hough introduces Sarwar Khan in conspicuously unfavorable terms as follows:
In a campaign that has had a lot of talk about religion getting an awful lot of play, there's a word conspicuously absent from all of the Web sites of the candidates.
Confederates, who, in his opinion, did not number over 50,000 , had again brought his name conspicuously before the country.
Commonwealth Games Organizing Committee head Suresh Kalmadi found his name conspicuously absent from the list of invitees.
Schelling's rhetoric is once again conspicuously affective: human beings "never gain control" of their dark nature, he writes: "This is the sadness which inheres to all finite life [...]
One name conspicuously absent from that short list: State Senator James Meeks.
"With what great measure of statesmanship is his name conspicuously identified?" [
Cooper identifies him as being close to Stalin, which may well be true, but his name is conspicuously absent from most biographies of the dictator.