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conspicuous
used in The Fountainhead

5 uses
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Definition
easily noticed — typically attracting attention such as by being large, flashy, or unusual
  • She was like the new apartment into which they had moved: conspicuously expensive.
    2.4 — Part 2 Chapter 4 (18% in)
  • "Peter, my boy, so glad to see you," boomed Holcombe, shaking his hand, bowing to Dominique, conspicuously ignoring Wynand.
    3.3 — Part 3 Chapter 3 (61% in)
  • The civic leaders wished to be conspicuously progressive.
    4.1 — Part 4 Chapter 1 (89% in)
  • He felt he would be too conspicuous if he moved.
    4.12 — Part 4 Chapter 12 (36% in)
  • "I don't know what's a more conspicuous form of bad discipline," said Wynand, throwing his hat down on a table by the door, "to blurt things right out or to ignore them blatantly.
    4.15 — Part 4 Chapter 15 (92% in)

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