Definition of prominent:
noisy, self-aggrandising, braggy, liberal, bombastic, grabby, visible, vainglorious, adult, eye-catching, salient, jut, convex, bodacious, large, hollow, bold, self-aggrandizing, noticeable, pointed, respect, see, knowledge, gravid, turgid, marked, undischarged, orotund, handsome, identifiable, prestigious, cock-a-hoop, braggart, great, with child, overhang, relieved, commanding, bounteous, boastful, bountiful, flamboyant, spectacular, leading, outstanding, openhanded, conspicuous, declamatory, giving, owing, brilliant, bragging, noted, bossy, infamous, striking, depressed, hilly, swelled, catchy, freehanded, extended, projecting, obtrusive, dramatic, protuberant, enceinte, rough, rugged, splashy, project, plain, magnanimous, stick out, kenspeckle, obvious, bulging, star, observable, stick up, apparent, bad, show up, bulge, redoubtable, heavy, manifest, big, the one and only, full-grown, bighearted, arresting, grown, signal, raised, grownup, fully grown, tumid, distinct, crowing, emphatic, expectant, perceptible, noticeable, showy, protrude.
- important (part of speech: adjective)
- reputable (part of speech: adjective)
- "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers", Georg Ebers.
- "Henry IV, Makers of History", John S. C. Abbott.
- "Marriage", H. G. Wells.