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Origin of standout
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Example sentences from the Web for standout
On the opposite end of the spectrum are two other standout works, which depict Mary as a loving, nurturing mother.
Now, the actress is back with a trio of standout performances in indie films.
The most popular dish is the totto spicy ramen, a standout for those who crave heat.
Standout tracks include the Bad-era sounding Blue Gangsta and the irrepressibly buoyant Paul Anka-written Love Never Felt So Good.
The standout punchline was wisely saved to close out the opening monologue.Oscars 2014 Best Moments: Lupita Wins, Pink Sings & One Epic Selfie|Kevin Fallon|March 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A picture should not "standout" from its frame, but should go back into it, reaching even into infinity.The Gate of Appreciation|Carleton Noyes
Work was suspended and after but a brief "standout" the whole ended in a complete victory for the workingmen.A History of Trade Unionism in the United States|Selig Perlman
British Dictionary definitions for standout
verb (intr, adverb)
- a person or thing that is distinctive or outstanding
- (as modifier)the standout track from the album
Idioms and Phrases with standout
Protrude, project, as in Those reliefs stand out from the building walls. [First half of 1500s]
Be conspicuous, distinctive, or prominent, as in He's so tall that he always stands out in a crowd. [Mid-1800s]
Refuse to comply, remain opposed, as in The one juror is standing out against a guilty verdict. [Late 1500s]