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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 ?
So saying he handed the other a check, which the District Attorney carefully examined, and then pronounced it the most complete absence of both proof and presumption that he had ever seen.
Cuvier pronounced these fragments to have belonged to some utterly unknown Leviathanic species.
It contained a warrant for conducting me and my retinue to TRALDRAGDUBH, or TRILDROGDRIB (for it is pronounced both ways as near as I can remember), by a party of ten horse.
He had caved in and gone down like a landslide when I pronounced that fearful name, and had never come to since.
But he had caught hints of such music from the books, and he accepted her playing largely on faith, patiently waiting, at first, for the lifting measures of pronounced and simple rhythm, puzzled because those measures were not long continued.
This examination over, he approached the panel and pronounced a sentence in exactly these terms.
After this examination they turned their eyes towards their leader, who had long been acquainted with the art of speaking to men of that class, and who improvised the following little speech, pronounced with an energy truly Gascon:
He did not pronounce them with the slightest of resemblance to their customary soundings, but pronounced them in the whiff-whuff of shorthand speech that Nalasu had taught him.
Then the Lion took his stand in front of the carcass and pronounced judgment: The first quarter is for me in my capacity as King of Beasts; the second is mine as arbiter; another share comes to me for my part in the chase; and as for the fourth quarter, well, as for that, I should like to see which of you will dare to lay a paw upon it.
It is true that I heard the dying Indian's words; but if those words were pronounced to be the ravings of delirium, how could I contradict the assertion from my own knowledge?
The word "pocket-handkerchief," and that so sweetly pronounced, drew open our drawer, as it might be, instinctively.
Socially speaking, Joshua Rigg would have been generally pronounced a superfluity.