Attracting attention, as by being unusual or remarkable; noticeable. See Synonyms at noticeable. (adjective)
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Use "conspicuous" in a sentence
"“Buffons,” after the title conspicuous on a volume of the Suites a Buffon,  which stood on my shelf in the chart room."
"My brother officers were as good fellows as sailors ought to be and generally are, but, naturally, they neither knew nor cared anything about my pursuits, nor understood why I should be so zealous in pursuit of the objects which my friends, the middies, † christened “Buffons,” after the title conspicuous on a volume of the Suites a Buffon, ‡ which stood on my shelf in the chart room."
"In the term conspicuous is included plants that attract general attention."