Kelley and her husband hired a prominent lawyer, Abbe Lowell.
In addition, some prominent evangelical groups are pro-reform, too.
Some are biological—larger eyes and rounder faces are more feminine, for instance, while a prominent chin is more masculine.
Others, like the prominent Roma activist Valeriu Nicholae, speak of its “rapid dissolution.”
The problem is not that Carson has become a prominent Black conservative.
At the supper-table little Miss Crewe was a prominent feature.
Again the fleet weighed anchor and, on the 11th, reached Cape Corrientes, one of the most prominent southwestern points of Cuba.
In Hindoo females there is a prominent trait which deserves to be commended.
As that was a prominent point on the overland trail, the tourists did the rest.
The elder Laelius was prominent both as general and as statesman.
mid-15c., "projecting, jutting out," from Latin prominentem (nominative prominens) "prominent," present participle of prominere "jut or stand out, be prominent, overhang," from pro- "before, forward" (see pro-) + minere "to project," from minae "projections, threats" (see menace (n.)). Meaning "conspicuous" is from 1759; that of "notable, leading" is from 1849. Related: Prominently.
prominent prom·i·nent (prŏm'ə-nənt)
Projecting outward or upward; protuberant.
Immediately noticeable; conspicuous.