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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.


adv (= really)ausgesprochen; pronouncedly goodausgesprochen gut
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I observed her heightened colour, something pronouncedly resolute in her tone.
The following years saw very rapid progress with reforms in all three Baltic states, but most pronouncedly in Estonia.
As tested in experimental animals (11,12) and also in clinical studies enrolling patients with advanced cancers (13-16), association of antineoplastic drugs to LDE pronouncedly reduces the high toxicity of those drugs, thus circumventing the major drawback to their use in the therapy of cardiovascular diseases.
Across participants celeration changed slightly for CWS and more pronouncedly for IWS, suggesting a minimal change in rate but dramatic increase in accuracy.
First of all, Saivism is more pronouncedly ascendant among Hindu traditions in the JRT, which of course reflects contemporaneous events on the ground; and the text evidently records the appearance of Nath Yogis/Siddhas in Kashmir in a way that the RT does not (see, e.
The instants at which stresses accept their maximum values decrease with temperature, whereas the peak stresses grow pronouncedly with T (at T < 50[degrees]C) and begin to decrease in the close vicinity of the glass transition temperature only.
However, the gene expressed more pronouncedly in the treatments under combined action of S.
Regarding the interaction between acclimatization time and urea concentration, plantlets height increased more pronouncedly with increasing urea concentrations (Figure 2A).
Moreover, the inhibition assay indicated that epoxywelwitschene (4) inhibited the verapamil-stimulated ATPase activity, more pronouncedly at higher concentrations, being a complete inhibition attained at 50 and 100 [micro]M (Fig.
Likes and dislikes tend to break most pronouncedly on price.
In this case a small positive lobe of slightly oblate spheroidal shape is centred at the origin; a large positive lobe is a torus, with two pronouncedly spheroidal negative lobes directed along positive and negative axis z separated by the small positive lobe.
This kind of historical dualism--othering the past by describing an earlier era in glowing or highly critical terms so as to construct a pronouncedly different present--has a distinguished if troubled pedigree.