Examples of pronounced in a Sentence
He walked with a pronounced limp.
The symptoms of the disease have become steadily more pronounced.
Recent Examples of pronounced from the Web
But that also means the glut at shooting guard becomes even more pronounced.
The dichotomy would only become more pronounced with the passage of the ePrivacy law, putting onerous requirements on companies that operate in the E.U., while those in the U.S. charge ahead.
Delete the higher frequencies and ‘Laurel’ becomes more pronounced.
Tatum’s evolution has become more pronounced since Irving was sidelined.
If fuel efficiency standards are relaxed as the administration has proposed, the shift toward larger vehicles will become even more pronounced.
The buttermilk bar has a deep, pronounced sourness and creamy core.
In some areas, sinking land makes sea levels rise more pronounced than in others.
This wine is extravagantly herbal, with pronounced minerality and a winning texture.
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PRONOUNCED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pronounced for English Language Learners
: very noticeable
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