starred, show up, observable, perceptible, commanding, eye-catching, manifest, noisy, brilliant, splashy, signed, prominent, striking, emphatic, identifiable, remarkable, conspicuous, noticeable, arresting, asterisked, visible, showy, apparent, impressed, salient, pronounced, imprinted, obvious, grabby, catchy, sticking out like a sore thumb, bold, signal, well-marked, bodacious, dramatic, sealed, flamboyant, kenspeckle, distinct, outstanding, plain
blemished (part of speech: verb)
blotted, freckled, cracked, slit, scored, scraped, nicked, damaged, deformed, defected, pockmarked, stained, gashed, defaced, tainted, kinked, defective, dotted, slitted, splotched, hacked, specked, chipped, checked, disfigured, discolored, flecked, tarnished, notched, blotched, scabbed, spoiled, spotted, scuffed, scratched, imperfect, marred, impure, abraded, fractured, blemished, distorted, scarred, hurt, blistered, flawed
indicated (part of speech: verb)
guided, prompted, noted, alerted, gesticulated, nudged, denoted, motioned, gestured, notified, signaled, labeled, symbolized, shrugged, betokened, pointed, indicated, pointed out, beckoned, waved, ticketed, stamped, winked, nodded, designated, cued, flagged, tagged
attributed (part of speech: verb)
priced (part of speech: verb)
specialized (part of speech: verb)
ranked (part of speech: verb)
- She had marked how Sanchia had sought to follow, how Howard had put his hand on her arm and Sanchia had shown her teeth. - "The Desert Valley", Jackson Gregory.
- This may be a right or a wrong policy, but in any case, it shows that the desire for gambling is no less marked on the other side of the ocean. - "Psychology and Social Sanity", Hugo Münsterberg.
- Poor fellow; he never knew why his marked cards didn't work, and I never told him. - "Forty Years a Gambler on the Mississippi", George H. Devol.