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conspicuous

With her green punk hairdo, Tina was the most conspicuous guest at the party.
clearly visible; remarkable
composure

Casey's composure was remarkable considering how frightened he actually was.
calmness
corroborate

With only his wife to corroborate his alibi, Harlan was in big trouble.
to confirm; to support with evidence
compatible

When the couple realized they weren't compatible, they decided to get a divorce.
agreeing
crass

There are many things I can forgive, but I shall never condone crass behavior.
coarse; stupid
copious

Professor Highet gave us copious notes throughout his course.
abundant; more than enough
concise

Ray has the envious reputation of being concise and to the point in everything he writes.
saying much in very few words; brief but full of meaning
condone

I can commiserate with you, but I find it hard to condone the action you took.
to forgive or overlook
criterion

When it comes to buying an automobile, our sole criterion is its safety record.
standard for judging; a test
conciliatory

After a caustic debate, each contestant was seeking a conciliatory gesture.
tending to soothe or reconcile