She was a formidable style of lady with spectacles, a prominent
nose, and a loud voice, who had the effect of wanting a great deal of room.
In the discussion from day to day of the various features of this programme, the question came up as to the advisability of putting a member of the Negro race on for one of the opening addresses, since the Negroes had been asked to take such a prominent
part in the Exposition.
It was a large picture, set in a beautiful gold frame, and it hung in a prominent
place upon a wall of Ozma's private room.
Well, your most prominent
figure seems to be a figure of wood; so I must beg you to restrain an imagination which, having no brains, you have no right to exercise," suggested the Scarecrow, warningly.
We are arranging for the publication of the story in several prominent
Canadian newspapers, and we also intend to have it printed in pamphlet form for distribution among our patrons.
This lump never went away, and it was prominent
enough to be seen at a distance.
HAVING been summoned to serve as a juror, a Prominent
Citizen sent a physician's certificate stating that he was afflicted with softening of the brain.
At its close he had settled in Franklin, and in time became, I had reason to think, somewhat prominent
as a lawyer.
Thus, when we find that in the "Returns" all the prominent
Greek heroes except Odysseus are accounted for, we are forced to believe that the author of this poem knew the "Odyssey" and judged it unnecessary to deal in full with that hero's adventures.
Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894), the first of the rather prominent
group of recent Scotch writers of fiction, is as different as possible from Hardy.
The last ingredient played a very prominent
part in the salad; stale eggs and roasted cocks'-combs furnished the grand dish of the repast; the wine even was not without a disgusting taste--it was like a medicinal draught.
His forehead was prominent
, his chin and cheeks clean shaven.