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used in Gone with the Wind

6 uses
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easily noticed — typically attracting attention such as by being large, flashy, or unusual
  • Nobody will see you in the back room anyway, and Melly won't be conspicuous.
    2.9 (14% in)
  • How dare you make me so conspicuous, Captain Butler?
    2.9 (93% in)
  • But, my dear Mrs. Hamilton, you so obviously wanted to be conspicuous!
    2.9 (93% in)
  • I just couldn't believe my eyes, and poor Charlie hardly dead a year...... And that awful Captain Butler, making you so conspicuous, and he's a terrible, terrible person, Scarlett.
    2.10 (2% in)
  • He is a thoroughly bad character who would take advantage of your youth and innocence to make you conspicuous and publicly disgrace you and your family.
    2.10 (29% in)
  • Then to make our exit more conspicuous, she called the two desperadoes who keep order at her place and had us dragged downstairs, fighting, and through the barroom and thrown out into the street as brawling drunks who were disturbing the place.
    4.45 (96% in)

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