On the campaign trail I learned many lessons, most prominently the enthusiasm with which voters reacted when told my age.
Names from Bruce Oldfield to Alice Temperley were prominently mentioned and debated.
Now those old fault lines are festering again, encouraged most prominently by Ron Paul and Glenn Beck.
But hell stories circulate most prominently among various stripes of evangelical Christians who fear ending up there.
At the bottom of the image of the prominently displayed red-and-black can it says in large yellow letters: “For Men Only.”
Among the many wrecks at Gunwalloe, the story of what is called the "Dollar Wreck" stands out most prominently.
The members of this genus have rosy spores which are prominently angular.
One piece of information was prominently advertised; it was a method of rendering children's garments fire-proof.
His face was well-formed, except that the nose was too large and too prominently aquiline.
Nothing had ever been brought to the public notice so prominently before.
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.