What words can I use instead of noticed?

What words can I use instead of noticed?


  • beheld,
  • caught,
  • descried,
  • discerned,
  • distinguished,
  • espied,
  • eyed,
  • looked (at),

What is a word for wanting to be noticed?

What is another word for get noticed?

make a splash attract attention
cut a dash draw attention to itself
draw attention to oneself make your presence felt
flaunt it prance
showboat parade

What is another word for clothing brand?

What is another word for clothing?

clothes dress
apparel duds
garments threads
attire get-up
outfit clobber

What’s another word for fashion sense?

What is another word for fashion sense?

dress sense chic
elegance flair
panache stylishness

What is another word for paying attention?

What is another word for pay attention?

listen heed
pay attention to take note of
consider mark
concentrate regard
watch take heed of

What word means to give special attention to something or make important?

emphasize verb
emphasize. verb. to give particular importance or attention to something.

What does get noticed mean?

to get attention
Definition of get noticed : to get attention that one wants from other people You’ll get noticed in that new sports car. a young actor who’s trying to get noticed The band got noticed by a record producer.

What does it mean if something is noticeable?

attracting notice or attention
noticeable, remarkable, prominent, outstanding, conspicuous, salient, striking mean attracting notice or attention. noticeable applies to something unlikely to escape observation. a piano recital with no noticeable errors remarkable applies to something so extraordinary or exceptional as to invite comment.

What is the slang for clothing?

The noun duds is an informal, slang term for “clothing.” You can pack your duds in a suitcase before a vacation or arrange your duds by color in your closet.

How do you describe your fashion brand?

How to Write Fashion Product Descriptions That Sell

  • Know your ideal customer. When you’re trying to write for the masses, you end up pleasing nobody.
  • Avoid jargon.
  • Watch your tone.
  • Be creative with descriptive words.
  • Think about benefits.
  • Make them scannable.
  • Answer their potential questions.
  • Be mobile-friendly.