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Spell check of salient

Correct spelling: salient

Synonyms:
manifest, consequential, grave, notable, big, earthshaking, distinct, important, considerable, momentous, apparent, striking, obvious, evident, eminent, hilly, big-name, prominent, pronounced, dramatic, exposed, outstanding, marked, owing, swelling, large, serious, undischarged, influential, conspicuous, high-powered, distinguished, perceptible, critical, observable, world-shaking, perceivable, remarkable, discernible, crucial, spectacular, pivotal, heavyweight, arresting, bowed, famous, noteworthy, plain, noticeable, visible, seeable, inclined, clear, pointed, bold, signal, eye-catching, great.

Antonyms:
perpendicular, reentrant, vertical, re-entrant, inconspicuous, horizontal, invisible.

Examples of usage:

1) They are much more in the manner of one who is working out a plan, seen already by his mental vision, but of which only the salient and essential parts have been as yet stated, than of any priest of the latter days, who would first have completed his catalogue of the furniture, and only then have described the ceremonies in which he was accustomed to see all this apparatus take its appointed place. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus", G. A. Chadwick.

2) Alas, that even by Sir Frederick Wedmore the type should be regarded as salient of du Maurier's pictures. - "George Du Maurier, the Satirist of the Victorians", T. Martin Wood.

3) The battle of Wytschaete and Messines was a fine victory for us, breaking the evil spell of the Ypres salient in which our men had sat down so long under direct observation of the enemy on that ridge above them. - "From Bapaume to Passchendaele, 1917", Philip Gibbs.

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