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Synonyms

obvious

adjective

clear to almost anyone

apparent

adjective

easy to see or understand

show up

if something shows up, people can see it

clearly

adverb

in a way that people can easily see, hear, or understand

physical

adjective

able to be seen, touched, or felt

definition

noun

the clear edges or shape that something has that make it easy to see

show up

to make it possible to see something

plain

adjective

easily seen or understood

visible

adjective

able to be seen

marked

adjective

clear and noticeable

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clarity

noun

the ability to be easily seen or heard

clear

adjective

easy to see

conspicuous

adjective

very noticeable or easy to see, especially because of being unusual or different

decided

adjective

formal impossible to doubt and easy to see

detectable

adjective

able to be detected

discernible

adjective

able to be seen, noticed, or understood

distinct

adjective

able to be clearly seen, heard, smelt, or tasted

distinctly

adverb

in a way that is clear to your senses

distinguishable

adjective

easy to see, hear, smell, or taste

dominant

adjective

more noticeable than the other parts or aspects of something

evident

adjective

formal easy to see, notice, or understand

exposed

adjective

not covered or hidden and therefore able to be seen

focus

noun

the state of being able to be seen clearly

focused

adjective

a focused sound or image is very clear

focussed

another spelling of focused

high-resolution

adjective

producing a very clear image by using a large number of lines or dots

high-vis

adjective

informal high-vis clothing is brightly coloured and reflects light so the person wearing it can be seen easily

high-visibility

adjective

high-visibility clothing is brightly coloured and reflects light so the person wearing it can be seen easily

identifiable

adjective

able to be recognized, or easy to recognize

in broad daylight

used for saying that a shocking or criminal event happens during the day, when it can easily be seen

in evidence

present somewhere and easy to notice

in front of someone’s (very) eyes

in a place where someone can clearly see something

in/within sight

in any place that you can see from where you are

manifest

adjective

formal obvious and easy to notice or understand

manifestly

adverb

formal clearly and without any doubt

markedly

adverb

in a clear and noticeable way

noticeable

adjective

easy to see, hear, or feel

observable

adjective

something that is observable can be seen or measured

obtrusive

adjective

attracting attention in a way that is not pleasant or welcome

on display

in a place that is able to be seen by many people

on view

in a public place for people to see

out

adverb

if the sun or moon is out, it is not behind clouds

outward

adjective

obvious and easy to see

perceptible

adjective

able to be seen, heard etc if you look, listen etc carefully

pin-sharp

adjective

a pin-sharp image is extremely clear

plainly

adverb

in a way that is easy to see, hear, notice etc

prominent

adjective

easy to see or notice

pronounced

adjective

very obvious or noticeable

publicly

adverb

in a way that many people notice

razor-sharp

adjective

very clear and detailed

sharp

adjective

clear and seen in a lot of detail

sharply

adverb

in a way that makes details or differences easy to see

show

verb

if something shows, people can see it or notice it

show/shine/come through

if a quality in someone’s character shows/shines/comes through, people can see it in the way that person behaves, speaks, or writes

splashy

adjective

American attracting a lot of attention

strong

adjective

clear and noticeable

strongly

adverb

in a way that is very easy to notice

tangible

adjective

important and noticeable

tangible

adjective

formal something that is tangible is something that you can touch

under someone’s nose

if something happens under your nose, it happens in a place or situation where you should notice it, but you do not

visible

adjective

clear, obvious, or noticeable

visible

adjective

someone who is visible is easy to notice

visible to the naked eye

able to be seen without using special instruments, despite being very small or far away

visibly

adverb

in a way that is easy to see or notice

well-defined

adjective

clearly shown or explained

within/in earshot

close enough for you to hear

BuzzWord

gaslight

to manipulate someone psychologically so that they begin to question their own perceptions and memories

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Open Dictionary

Dunning-Kruger effect

the phenomenon by which an incompetent person is too incompetent to understand his own incompetence

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