Day-109 (Conspicuous)

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Word:
Conspicuous

Status:
Adjective

Meaning:
Very easy to see or notice: attracting attention by being great or impressive: marked by a noticeable violation of good taste.

Sentences:
1) There were a number of conspicuous changes to the building.
2) The bird has a conspicuous red head.

Origin:
Latin conspicuus, from conspicere which means 'to get sight of'.

First use:
circa 1534

Synonyms:
arresting, bodacious, bold, brilliant, catchy

Antonyms:
unflamboyant, unconspicuous, unnoticeable.

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