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An exceptional or noteworthy person or thing
This building is one of the city's architectural standouts.
The band played well, but the acrobats gave the standout performance.
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The numerical value of standout in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of standout in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Examples of standout in a Sentence
We're the standout globally, it's colder in Siberia, but we're the farthest below normal.
Distillates are the standout bullish element of the report and gasoline is the disappointment, distillate throughput jumped last week, meaning demand is only down 0.7 percent on the 4-week moving average.
Eason wrote in a social mediapost announcing his decision. Eason was a five-star recruit out of nearby Lake Stevens, Washington, who opted to go across the country to play at Georgia. He started as a freshman for the Bulldogs but lost the job to Jake Fromm during his sophomore season after suffering an injury in the season opener. Eason sat out the 2018 season after transferring to Washington and beat out Jake Haener for the starting job during fall camp. Eason completed 64.2% of his passes and had standout games early in the season against Eastern Washington, BYU and Arizona. His best game may have come in a loss to Oregon, in which Eason was 23 of 30 for 289 yards and three touchdowns. Eason has the prototypes of an NFL quarterback, standing 6-foot-5 with one of the strongest arms in college. But issues with consistency popped up during his collegiate career. We wish Jacob nothing but the best.
It’s mad how the level, the experience, the talent has all gone up, there’s so many talented people here with so many great styles. When Katie Taylor and Natasha were here, there were a few standout talents, like them and (two-time U.S. gold medalist) Claressa Shields. There were a few girls who were just above the rest. But the level has just gone up so much. Everything is even. Everybody is so talented.
The speech from Graham Moore for 'The Imitation Game' was a standout, unexpected, moving moments like that make the Oscars worth watching.
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