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Spell check of conspicuous

Correct spelling: conspicuous

apparent, dazzling, eminent, clamant, noisy, unbelievable, notorious, indubitable, dramatic, glaring, salient, blatant, fulgent, remarkable, perceivable, inconspicuous, perceptible, ostentatious, discernible, pretentious, exposed, blinding, vociferous, flaunty, marked, bold, distinct, gross, big, ultimate, observable, open, grabby, commanding, identifiable, obtrusive, tangible, seeable, manifest, egregious, clamorous, famed, evident, unmistakable, flamboyant, patent, illustrious, noted, bodacious, unadulterated, in evidence, brilliant, unconcealed, distinguished, noticeable, eye-catching, famous, obvious, flagrant, large, strident, attention-getting, outstanding, unknown, pronounced, prominent, splashy, important, arresting, notable, overt, pointed, kenspeckle, renowned, plain, striking, well-known, influential, transparent, showy, exhibitionist, emphatic, palpable, crying, blazing, catchy, celebrated, clear, visible, rank, spectacular, signal, show up, featured, exhibitionistic, glary.

inconspicuous, unknown, simple, insignificant, shrouded, restrained, latent, small, unseen, faint, trivial, undistinguished, concealed, unemphatic, inconsiderable, plain, unobtrusive, impalpable, unthought-of, quiet, unimportant, secret, dark, subtle, covert, unimagined, hidden, inconsequential, imperceptible, modest, trifling, slight, unflashy, muted, toned-down, undiscovered, conservative, dim, subdued, unassuming, unnoticeable, unpretentious, impenetrable, unaffected, occult, obscure, unremarkable, invisible, understated.

Examples of usage:

1) He was content to sit at the most conspicuous. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

2) He smiled because the major was rather conspicuous at home for his affairs with married women. - "Command", William McFee.

3) You're only making yourself conspicuous. - "Command", William McFee.