View synonyms for stand out

stand out


  1. to be distinctive or conspicuous
  2. to refuse to agree, consent, or comply

    they stood out for a better price

  3. to protrude or project
  4. to navigate a vessel away from a port, harbour, anchorage, etc


  1. informal.
    1. a person or thing that is distinctive or outstanding
    2. ( as modifier )

      the standout track from the album

  2. a person who refuses to agree or consent

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Example Sentences

Divas stand out, they are remarkable in every sense of that word.

Two phrases stand out: be they who they may and broken in from the birth.

This is purely because the images are iconic and still stand out today.

Especially in Brooklyn, the social pressure to stand out can seem suffocating.

Compared to other ethnicities, the numbers really stand out.

The fjord below lay as smooth as a mirror, the outermost headlands and islands seeming to stand out of the water.

Take a flat surface of clay and see if you can model a reindeer so that it will stand out a little from the surface.

Modesty is to merit what shade is to figures in a picture; it gives it strength and makes it stand out.

The muscles would stand out in her cheeks, the perspiration start upon her forehead.

But it was carried against the Company, though they stand out against the verdict.


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