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
Jeter’s sister, Sharlee, is five years younger and was a high school softball standout.
While all of the on-mountain dining in Aspen is truly fantastic (no bland chili bowls and soggy pizza here), there are some standouts.
Chloe had been the standout in Monday’s final performance show.
Swimming in the slowest heat was quite an adjustment for Addie, who has been a FAST standout since joining the squad in 2013.
The matching print set was a standout from Mary Katrantzou’s Spring 2018 ready-to-wear collection while her silver stilettos were made by Casadei.
Marshall was the freshman standout for Xavier in the game.
Of Acne’s new fits, the cropped, slim Land is a standout, especially for shorter folk.
And the ever-reliable Richard Jenkins is a standout in the role of Johnson’s N-word-spouting friend, Georgia Sen. Richard Russell Jr., whom the president tries to nudge toward enlightenment.
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First Known Use of standout
Synonymsbig name, cause célèbre (also cause celebre), celeb, figure, icon (also ikon), light, luminary, megastar, name, notability, notable, notoriety, personage, personality, somebody, celebrity, star, superstar, VIP
Related Wordsfavorite, heartthrob, hero, idol; demigod, dignitary, eminence, immortal, monument, pillar, worthy; baron, big shot, bigwig, kahuna, magnate, mogul, nabob, panjandrum
Near Antonymslightweight, mediocrity; has-been
Definition of stand out
- stands out from the crowd
Examples of stand out in a Sentence
the relief figures stand out from the wall quite strikingly
First Known Use of stand out
stand out Synonyms
Synonymsbag, balloon, beetle, belly, billow, bunch, jut, overhang, poke, pooch [chiefly dialect], pouch, pout, project, protrude, bulge, start, stick out, swell
Related Wordsdome; blow up, inflate; dilate, distend, expand; mushroom, snowball; elongate, extend, lengthen, stretch
Near Antonymscompress, condense, constrict, contract, shrink
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