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prominent
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
well-known or important — especially of a person who is respected
  • As the county went by us, Jem gave Dill the histories and general attitudes of the more prominent figures: Mr. Tensaw Jones voted the straight Prohibition ticket; Miss Emily Davis dipped snuff in private; Mr. Byron Waller could play the violin; Mr. Jake Slade was cutting his third set of teeth.
    p. 212.5
prominent = well-known
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