noun, plural sa·li·en·cies.
Origin of saliency
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Contemporary Examples of saliency
Nor is the deficit, which has lost its saliency since it was cut in half to $500 billion.The Only Way for Democrats to Win
October 24, 2014
Historical Examples of saliency
I would not seem to stress either the saliency or the significance of these incidents.On the Stairs
Henry B. Fuller
Popularly, the portraits of heroes and notabilities are distinct in proportion to the number and saliency of their blemishes.
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