marked

Marked is an adjective meaning “clear” or “noticeable.” Filling your living room with pictures of pandas will show your marked appreciation for all things panda.

The adjective marked can have several senses. In addition to meaning “very noticeable,” it can be used in relation to the noun mark, as in “to show a mark.” You may have also heard the expression a “marked man.” Marked in this sense means to have been chosen for punishment or a bad ending. Trip your opponent in this year’s field day sack race, and you will likely find yourself a marked man at the next contest.

Definitions of marked
1

adj strongly marked; easily noticeable

“walked with a marked limp”
Synonyms:
pronounced
noticeable
capable or worthy of being perceived

adj having or as if having an identifying mark or a mark as specified; often used in combination

“played with marked cards”
“a scar- marked face”
“well- marked roads”
Synonyms:
asterisked, starred
marked with an asterisk
barred
marked with stripes or bands
scarred
deeply affected or marked by mental or physical pain or injury
well-marked
clearly indicated
masked
having markings suggestive of a mask
Antonyms:
unmarked
not having an identifying mark
unasterisked, unstarred
not marked with an asterisk
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adj singled out for notice or especially for a dire fate

“a marked man”
Synonyms:
conspicuous
obvious to the eye or mind

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