Known and Prominent


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Known adjective – Apprehended with certainty.
Prominent and known are semantically related in characteristic topic. In some cases you can use "Prominent" instead an adjective "Known", when it comes to topics like familiar.
Nearby Words: know, knowing
Synonyms for Known


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Prominent adjective – Likely to attract attention.
Known and prominent are semantically related in familiar topic. Sometimes you can use "Known" instead an adjective "Prominent".
Nearby Words: prominence, prominently
Synonyms for Prominent

Things that words describes

person known person prominent person
people known people prominent people
role known role prominent role
part known part prominent part
Other nouns: member, group, race, family, name, appearance, use, figure, example, species, artist, version, actor, player, exception, elements, races, actors, cases, bands, examples, members, roles, villains.

Both words in one sentence

  • Useful Notes / Maximilien Robespierre In the fifth year of his political career, Robespierre finally entered political office, as one of the 12 members (and the most publicly known and prominent) of the Committee of Public Safety.
  • Only One Name A few characters in Peanuts are only known by one name, the most prominent ones being Schroeder, Marcy, Frieda and Shermy.
    Source: Only One Name
  • Non-Mammal Mammaries The Mantis-headed X Men character only known as "Offset" is a four-armed alien commando that well, as the trope says has a pair of very prominent mammaries; very, very prominent.
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Prominent or Known. 2016. Accessed April 21, 2021.

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