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Pronunciation /prəˈnaʊnst/

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adjective

  • Very noticeable or marked; conspicuous.

    ‘he had a pronounced squint’
    • ‘Driving into the city, I always notice the pronounced Christian billboard citing a biblical passage.’
    • ‘Yet even given that, his last essay is notable for a pronounced harshness of tone and approach.’
    • ‘Passengers may notice this as there is a pronounced well in the cabin floor ahead of it.’
    • ‘The skin can become thicker and leathery, with more pronounced lines and in severe cases it can even crack.’
    • ‘He renders poems with pronounced literary value and a distinct aesthetic.’
    • ‘That direct sunlight enters the room is clear from the bright rear wall and pronounced diagonal shadow falling from the windowsill.’
    • ‘Stronger water losses lead to even more pronounced performance reductions.’
    • ‘Flavour ranges from very mild to strong, whether harshly biting or simply with a pronounced flavour.’
    • ‘The evidence isn't yet conclusive, but a pronounced slowdown does indeed seem to be under way.’
    • ‘However, the end of the Cold War gave a strong boost to a more pronounced liberal posture.’
    • ‘The new field of imagery may not provoke the passions of an image war, but we are often troubled by a pronounced need to know.’
    • ‘The party's openness to second preferences, more pronounced than ever before, was the real stroke of genius.’
    • ‘Nowhere is this more pronounced than in the discussion on global warming.’
    • ‘If it's damp with early-morning dew, its effect is even more pronounced.’
    • ‘Apparently, normalizing for the number of pawns makes the effect more pronounced.’
    • ‘The group difference was most pronounced in tasks requiring continuation and synthesis of phonological units.’
    • ‘The most pronounced spectral difference is exhibited by the fluorescence peak intensity shown in Fig.5.’
    • ‘The differences between plants and animals may be especially pronounced with regard to introns.’
    • ‘Plastic interaction between the metal surfaces is especially pronounced when surface jetting occurs.’
    • ‘Increases in loneliness and decreases in social support were particularly pronounced for the youth.’
    noticeable, marked, strong, conspicuous, striking, distinct, decided, definite, prominent, notable, unmistakable, inescapable, obvious, evident, plain, clear, recognizable, identifiable
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