Many gyms are in conspicuous downtown locations and sheathed in clear glass so passersby can watch people working out.
A conspicuous person standing apart from the crowd and yet devoid of any individuality.
But their failure to mention the Israeli-Palestinian conflict or the ongoing negotiations to resolve it was conspicuous.
conspicuous wealth arrived like an important ambassador from the court of New York, where Emperor Money reigned supreme.
As recently as a few years ago, buying and driving a hybrid was an exercise in conspicuous consumption.
This is easily distinguished from the foregoing species by its conspicuous white eyebrow.
The country is very level, with low ranges, but no conspicuous hills.
The most conspicuous single thing was a huge bulletin board occupying one whole end.
Jennens was a conspicuous figure in the London society of his day.
Wrinkled clothes and dusty black derby hat, he was conspicuous in the peacockean scene.
1540s, from Latin conspicuus "visible, open to view, striking," from conspicere "to look at, observe, see, notice," from com-, intensive prefix (see com-), + specere (see scope (n.1)). Phrase conspicuous by its absence (1859) is said to be from Tacitus ("Annals" iii.76), in a passage about certain images: "sed præfulgebant ... eo ipso quod effigies eorum non visebantur."