Examples of standout in a Sentence
She is a standout among the available candidates.
All the cameras we tested were good, but there was no real standout.
Recent Examples of standout from the Web
The all-white uniforms required by Wimbledon are a stylish standout on tennis's circuit of major tournaments.
Tavares, the No. 1 draft pick in 2009 and a prolific scorer who scored 37 goals and 84 points last season, was the standout in a relatively ho-hum free-agent market that opened on Sunday.
While Villeneuve’s Sicario was saved by its fantastic set-pieces (a slow-motion shootout amid a sea of Humvees was a particular standout), the action in Day of the Soldado is muddy and slow, the stakes entirely absent throughout.
Elizabeth Hillman has been a three-sport standout for the past two years at Bel Air after transferring when North Carroll closed its doors.
As fantastic as Foster is, McKenzie is the true standout.
His older brother, Ryan Welage, was a three-year standout at San Jose State who transferred to Xavier for a grad season.
McHenry is also a track standout at Windsor High, a sprinter who runs the 100 to 400 meter races.
Dishes like pappardelle with slow-braised beef and mushrooms and lumache with marinara and ricotta are standouts.
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Examples of stand out in a Sentence
the relief figures stand out from the wall quite strikingly
stand out Synonyms
STANDOUT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of standout for English Language Learners
: a person or thing that is better or more important than the others in a group
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