Definitions

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  • adjective Extremely visible.

Etymologies

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hyper- +‎ visible

Examples

  • A quiet afternoon of colorful bickering in the mountains of Virginia, at home with one of Washington's best-known, most argumentative and hypervisible couples.

    Spin Doctors In Love

  • The film renders the monster hypervisible as an image in, and of, the age of mechanical reproducibility, and as an uncanny icon of the "cinematic."

    Abstracts

  • 3 As hypervisible body, the movie monster can also at times appear less sexually complicated than his textual originalhence the Mel Brooks's parody in which the creature ends up in bed reading the Wall Street Journal, his monstrous body capable of awakening and satisfying the desires of

    Notes, "_Frankenstein_'s Cinematic Dream", Frankenstein's Dream

  • "... shaping the Katrina narrative is the dialectic of invisibility and visibility, which displaced and erased Mississippi, while rendering New Orleans hypervisible."

    OnlineAthens: Top Headlines

  • "Primary among the … Katrina narrative is the dialectic of invisibility and visibility, which displaced and erased Mississippi while rendering New Orleans hypervisible.

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