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pro·nounced

 (prə-nounst′)
adj.
1. Spoken; voiced.
2. Strongly marked; distinct: walks with a pronounced limp.

pro·nounc′ed·ly (-noun′sĭd-lē) adv.
pro·nounc′ed·ness n.

pronounced

(prəˈnaʊnst)
adj
1. strongly marked or indicated
2. (Phonetics & Phonology) (of a sound) articulated with vibration of the vocal cords; voiced
pronouncedly adv

pro•nounced

(prəˈnaʊnst)

adj.
1. strongly or clearly apparent.
2. decided; unequivocal: pronounced views.
[1570–80]
pro•nounc′ed•ly (-ˈnaʊn sɪd li, -ˈnaʊnst li) adv.
pro•nounc′ed•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.pronounced - strongly marked; easily noticeable; "walked with a marked limp"; "a pronounced flavor of cinnamon"
noticeable - capable or worthy of being perceived; "noticeable shadows under her eyes"; "noticeable for its vivid historical background"; "a noticeable lack of friendliness"

pronounced

pronounced

adjective
2. Readily attracting notice:
Idiom: sticking out like a sore thumb.
Translations
ظاهِر، مَلْحوظ
vyslovený
áberandi
vyslovený

pronounced

[prəˈnaʊnst] ADJ (= marked) [tendency, influence] → marcado; [limp] → fuerte, pronunciado; [accent] → fuerte

pronounced

[prəˈnaʊnst] adj (= marked) [accent] → prononcé(e); [limp] → prononcé(e); [effect, tendency] → prononcé(e)

pronounced

adj (= marked)ausgesprochen; accentausgeprägt, stark, schwer; flavourausgeprägt, stark; hipbonesausgeprägt; improvement, deteriorationdeutlich; viewsprononciert; he has a pronounced limper hinkt sehr stark

pronounced

[prəˈnaʊnst] adj (marked, improvement) → netto/a, spiccato/a; (views) → preciso/a
he has a pronounced limp → zoppica in modo molto pronunciato

pronounce

(prəˈnauns) verb
1. to speak (words or sounds, especially in a certain way). He pronounced my name wrongly; The `b' in `lamb' and the `k' in `knob' are not pronounced.
2. to announce officially or formally. He pronounced judgement on the prisoner.
proˈnounceable adjective
(negative unpronounceable) able to be pronounced.
proˈnounced adjective
noticeable; definite. He walks with a pronounced limp.
proˈnouncement noun
an announcement.
proˌnunciˈation (-nansi-) noun
the act, or a way, of saying a word etc. She had difficulty with the pronunciation of his name.
References in classic literature ?
As she spoke, Amy showed the handsome flask which replaced the cheap one, and looked so earnest and humble in her little effort to forget herself that Meg hugged her on the spot, and Jo pronounced her `a trump', while Beth ran to the window, and picked her finest rose to ornament the stately bottle.
A clean-shaved face made the resemblance more pronounced than it would otherwise have been.
Then, without circumlocution or apology, first pronounced the word "Standish," and placing the unknown engine, already described, to his mouth, from which he drew a high, shrill sound, that was followed by an octave below, from his own voice, he commenced singing the following words, in full, sweet, and melodious tones, that set the music, the poetry, and even the uneasy motion of his ill- trained beast at defiance; "How good it is, O see, And how it pleaseth well, Together e'en in unity, For brethren so to dwell.
It is dull enough to confuse the eye in following, pronounced enough to constantly irritate and provoke study, and when you follow the lame uncertain curves for a little distance they suddenly commit suicide--plunge off at outrageous angles, destroy themselves in unheard of contradictions.
A suite of gorgeous furniture, whose pronounced and extravagant glories the young girls instinctively hid under home-made linen covers, had also been spoils from afar.
His son lacked not merely the father's eminent position, but the talent and force of character to achieve it: he could, therefore, effect nothing by dint of political interest; and the bare justice or legality of the claim was not so apparent, after the Colonel's decease, as it had been pronounced in his lifetime.
This relieved me; and once more, and finally as it seemed to me, I pronounced him in my heart, a humbug.
Cuvier pronounced these fragments to have belonged to some utterly unknown Leviathanic species.
George had stood like one transfixed, at hearing his doom thus suddenly pronounced by a power that he knew was irresistible.
He who gives himself entirely to his fellow men appears to them useless and selfish; but he who gives himself partially to them in pronounced a benefactor and philanthropist.
I seem to hear pronounced by some of his kin at such a time his original wild name in some jaw-breaking or else melodious tongue.
At first I had only two hands; but before I had left home I was already employing fifteen, and running night and day; and the atmospheric result was getting so pronounced that the king went sort of fainting and gasping around and said he did not believe he could stand it much longer, and Sir Launcelot got so that he did hardly anything but walk up and down the roof and swear, although I told him it was worse up there than any- where else, but he said he wanted plenty of air; and he was always complaining that a palace was no place for a soap factory anyway, and said if a man was to start one in his house he would be damned if he wouldn't strangle him.