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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpronouncedpro‧nounced /prəˈnaʊnst/ adjective  OBVIOUSvery great or noticeable a pronounced Polish accent This disability is more pronounced in men.pronouncedly /prəˈnaʊnsɪdli/ adverb
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pronouncedHer Polish accent is very pronounced.Sam was a complete countryman, with a pronounced affinity with nature in all its forms.For more polar polymers, specific solvent effects become more pronounced and extrapolations have to be regarded with corresponding caution.Leese had a pronounced anti-authoritarian streak in his behaviour and a quarrelsome personality.The only other notable feature is the pronounced crest which gives the bird its name.Mrs. Jones walks with a pronounced limp.The sinewy neck and its prominent adam's apple, the all-too-heavy make-up, the pronounced muscles on the legs and arms.
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