Kelley and her husband hired a prominent lawyer, Abbe Lowell.
In addition, some prominent evangelical groups are pro-reform, too.
Some are biological—larger eyes and rounder faces are more feminine, for instance, while a prominent chin is more masculine.
Others, like the prominent Roma activist Valeriu Nicholae, speak of its “rapid dissolution.”
The problem is not that Carson has become a prominent Black conservative.
At the supper-table little Miss Crewe was a prominent feature.
Again the fleet weighed anchor and, on the 11th, reached Cape Corrientes, one of the most prominent southwestern points of Cuba.
The elder Laelius was prominent both as general and as statesman.
As that was a prominent point on the overland trail, the tourists did the rest.
He had assumed a very pompous, hortatory manner, and I could well believe he held a prominent position in Asbury class.
mid-15c., "projecting, jutting out," from Latin prominentem (nominative prominens) "prominent," present participle of prominere "jut or stand out, be prominent, overhang," from pro- "before, forward" (see pro-) + minere "to project," from minae "projections, threats" (see menace (n.)). Meaning "conspicuous" is from 1759; that of "notable, leading" is from 1849. Related: Prominently.
prominent prom·i·nent (prŏm'ə-nənt)
Projecting outward or upward; protuberant.
Immediately noticeable; conspicuous.