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make your presence felt

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmake your presence feltmake your presence feltEFFECT/INFLUENCEto have a strong and noticeable effect on the people around you or the situation you are in She was a very pretty girl and made her presence felt almost at once. presence
Examples from the Corpus
make your presence feltThere were also other things moving around and making their presence felt.She was a very pretty girl and made her presence felt almost at once.Some ant cuckoo females make their presence felt in more dramatic fashion.After two miles of road, and maybe the first blisters and unknown muscles making their presence felt, came the test!But Kiker quickly made his presence felt.In music, art, architecture, and so on, they make their presence felt.Bruce wasted little time making his presence felt by scoring in the first ten minutes of the game.A sense of urgency begins to make its presence felt.Eva was more used to making her presence felt.
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