get noticed

idiom

: to get attention that one wants from other people
You'll get noticed in that new sports car.
a young actor who's trying to get noticed
The band got noticed by a record producer.

Examples of get noticed in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Increasingly, the best way to get noticed was with something people already recognized: A familiar title, formula or franchise. James Poniewozik, New York Times, 27 Apr. 2024 These are the types of things an FCS/small-school prospect needs to do during the draft process to get noticed. Eddie Brown, San Diego Union-Tribune, 27 Apr. 2024 Now, there are so many books published every year, so it's gotten harder and harder to really get noticed, for a writer coming up. Lizz Schumer, Peoplemag, 7 Apr. 2024 In an interview with San Diego Entertainer Magazine, Kyle said Kathy was the first of her sisters to get noticed by modeling scouts. Emily Weaver, Peoplemag, 26 Mar. 2024 Each overcame political and economic strife in their native country, and the closure of Major League academies, to get noticed and signed. Candace Oehler, Forbes, 25 Feb. 2024 Since anyone can inspect and probe the design, the theory is that bugs are more likely to get noticed and the bug fixes can be verified. IEEE Spectrum, 13 Feb. 2024 On Saturday, Florida Panthers goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky did his part to get noticed. Jordan McPherson, Miami Herald, 3 Feb. 2024 TikTok is an endless churn of various trends, where people just try to scream the loudest in order to get noticed, build their audience, and go viral. Stephanie McNeal, Glamour, 15 Dec. 2023

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“Get noticed.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/get%20noticed. Accessed 24 May. 2024.

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