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used in Glory in Death

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a prominent politician
well-known or important — especially of a person who is respected
  • a prominent U.S. senator
    Chapter 2 (79% in)
prominent = well-known
  • "Kill two prominent citizens, familiar faces, and the sky's the limit."
    Chapter 10 (39% in)
prominent = well-known or important
There are no more uses of "prominent" flagged with this meaning in Glory in Death.

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  • Or the prominent female figure in his life.
    Chapter 18 (52% in)
  • She recognized two paintings by a prominent twenty-first century artist hanging on the pale rose-toned wall above a wide U-shaped conversation area done in muted stripes of pinks and greens.
    Chapter 1 (34% in)
  • An hour at an upscale private health club prior to a full day in court followed by a six o'clock with a prominent defense attorney, then a dinner engagement.
    Chapter 1 (39% in)
  • You want me to go on air saying that Lieutenant Eve Dallas, the finest of New York's finest, has come up empty in the investigation of the murder of one of the city's most respected, most prominent, and most visible public figures?
    Chapter 1 (91% in)
  • ".... the long list of prominent names that are linked with Prosecutor Towers, among them Commander Whitney, Dallas's superior.
    Chapter 2 (87% in)
  • A small man, solidly built with jet hair combed slickly back from a prominent widow's peak.
    Chapter 4 (78% in)
  • Perhaps the question is not when will the killer be caught, but what prominent woman will be next?
    Chapter 7 (86% in)
  • Put a security beeper on every prominent, well-known, or successful woman in the city?
    Chapter 8 (49% in)
  • "I come from a prominent family," he said more carefully.
    Chapter 14 (11% in)

There are no more uses of "prominent" in Glory in Death.

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