Definition of stand out from the crowd in US English:

stand out from the crowd

phrase

  • Be clearly better than or noticeably different from ordinary people or things.

    ‘to be successful we need to stand out from the crowd’
    • ‘A game needs something special to stand out from the crowd.’
    • ‘People want their wedding to stand out from the crowd.’
    • ‘The movie is competently constructed and decently acted but it doesn't do much different to make it stand out from the crowd.’
    • ‘Our willingness to be different and stand out from the crowd works to our good.’
    • ‘These women have overcome many obstacles to make their business stand out from the crowd.’
    • ‘The actress certainly stood out from the crowd as she arrived in a silver belted jacket.’
    • ‘We don't like to stand out from the crowd so we're not very good at promoting ourselves.’
    • ‘The vocals are delivered in thick accents, making the band stand out from the crowd.’
    • ‘A letter itself is not always sufficient—particularly if you want to stand out from the crowd and make your voice heard.’
    • ‘I want to see a band that has the talent to play their instruments and a singer with a unique voice that stands out from the crowd.’
    • ‘Only self-discipline, perseverance, and the willingness to work hard can make a person stand out from the crowd and achieve remarkable results.’