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used in The Mysterious Benedict Society

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easily noticed — typically attracting attention such as by being large, flashy, or unusual
  • Inside the Monk Building, conspicuously posted signs led them down a series of corridors, past a room where a handful of parents waited anxiously, and at last into a room crowded with children in desks.
    p. 18.0
  • Reynie was painfully aware of their eyes upon him — he already felt conspicuous.
    p. 174.7
  • But new kids always felt conspicuous, he reminded himself.
    p. 174.7
  • "Any luck?" asked Constance, who had finally come down the corridor and was standing there, conspicuously unhelpful, as Kate gathered her things.
    p. 231.1

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