|Origin:||conspicuus, from conspicere 'to get to see', from com- ( COM-) + specere 'to look'|
very easy to notice [≠ inconspicuous]:
The notice must be displayed in a conspicuous place.
a bird with conspicuous white markings
I felt very conspicuous in my red coat.
conspicuous success, courage etc is very great and impressive:
He had represented Italy with conspicuous success.
The award is given for notable or conspicuous achievement in science.
used to say that someone or something is not somewhere where they were expected to be:
a group that were conspicuous by their absence from the awards ceremony