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conspicuously

[ kuhn-spik-yoo-uhs-lee ]
/ kənˈspɪk yu əs li /
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Definition of conspicuously

adverb
in a way that is obvious or easily seen, or that attracts notice, often intentionally: Safety guidelines shall be conspicuously posted in all work areas.In many ways, both conspicuously and sometimes more subtly, the movie challenges gender stereotypes.
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Origin of conspicuously

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