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conspicuous
used in Oliver Twist

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easily noticed — typically attracting attention such as by being large, flashy, or unusual
  • ...the boys, nodding to Nancy, took up their hats, and left the room; the Dodger and his vivacious friend indulging, as they went, in many witticisms at the expense of Mr. Chitling; in whose conduct, it is but justice to say, there was nothing very conspicuous or peculiar: inasmuch as there are a great number of spirited young bloods upon town, who pay a much higher price than Mr. Chitling for being seen in good society: and a great number of fine gentlemen (composing the good society...
    Chapter 39 — Introduces Some Respectable Characters with Whom the.... (49% in)

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