On dictionary.cambridge.org the following two meanings are given for 'stand out':
1) to be very noticable
2) to be much better than other similar things or people
For the 2nd meaning, the example sentence is: "We had lots of good applicants for the job, but one stood out from the rest."
Does the meaning of this example sentence change if I would omit the last three words: from the rest?
I would like to use such a sentence in a cover / motivation e-mail for a job application. With this sentence, but the last three words omitted, I intend to say that the job description is more appealing (stands out) from all other job descriptions I read.