(Linguistics) Of or relating to that member of a pair of words or forms that explicitly denotes a particular subset of the meanings denoted by the other member of the pair. For example, of the two words lion and lioness, lion is unmarked for gender (it can denote either a male or female) whereas lioness is marked, since it denotes only females.
Readily seen; visible:
The definition of conspicuous is something that is obvious or easy to see.
Indistinctly heard; faint.
Absolutely clear; pellucid:
Possible to observe:
Straightforward; frank or candid:
Attracting attention; interesting; striking
Characterized by the use of a pointed crown, as in Gothic architecture:
Prominent is defined as someone who is known by many people.
Most important or notable
Very noticeable or impressive; specif., very attractive in appearance
Clearly defined; explicitly precise:
Distinct; definite; not doubtful; unambiguous
With no exception or qualification; unexceptionable
Readily seen, perceived, or understood
Not great; calculable:
Enunciate is defined as to clearly pronounce or speak.
(--- Law) To hear and decide on in a court of law:
To attach a label to:
To say or tell
To seem, from the sound or manner of utterance
To order, decide, or appoint by decree or officially
To say positively or emphatically
To say positively; declare firmly; assert to be true
To state emphatically or authoritatively; affirm:
To keep from being observed or discovered; hide.
To beat with a whip made from hide.
(Obs.) Being in the way
Not usual, common, or ordinary.
So weak as to be difficult to perceive;
On hand or available
Strong or pronounced; prominent:
Still in existence; not settled or resolved:
Attracting or worthy of notice, especially for being unusual or extraordinary:
Notably out of the ordinary:
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