noun, plural sa·li·en·cies.
Examples from the Web for saliency
Nor is the deficit, which has lost its saliency since it was cut in half to $500 billion.
I would not seem to stress either the saliency or the significance of these incidents.On the Stairs|Henry B. Fuller
Inflection, especially in union with pause, serves an important function in indicating the saliency of specific ideas or words.Browning and the Dramatic Monologue|S. S. Curry
Popularly, the portraits of heroes and notabilities are distinct in proportion to the number and saliency of their blemishes.