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Conspicious is a combination of the words Conspicuous, meaning clearly visible or attraction attention and Suspicious meaning having the belief or impression that someone is involved in an illegal or dishonest activity.
Mike: That car has been parked there everyday this week with random people going to the drivers window and leaving.
Phil: I know Mike, it's conspicious.
by unspokenchaos June 21, 2017
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Acting both suspiciously and conspicuously at the same time.
That man selling drugs at the bus stop looks very conspicious.
by Rebecca September 10, 2003
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Seeming to be very favourable towards a violation of good taste. A combination of auspicious and conspicuous.
I would like to thank everyone here for presenting me with this award on this most conspicious of occasions. If only you were all half again as intelligent as I believe you to be, you might be able to appreciate a word of what I'm saying. Excuse me while I drop my pants.


Going to the park today would be very conspicious indeed. I hear there will be many young women there. Bring the water cannon and loofas.
by Melaketh July 13, 2004
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