be conspicuous by (one's) absence

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be conspicuous by (one's) absence

To be noticeably missing from something. You're the loudest one in the class, so of course you're conspicuous by your absence!
See also: absence, conspicuous
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The midfielder will be conspicuous by his absence because he has been moving into a rich vein of form.
As a result, Player, one of only two golfers to win back-to-back Senior Opens, will be conspicuous by his absence when the 19th U.
Sad Stefan White will be conspicuous by his absence from the Louth team to play Offaly in Navan on Sunday.