- notably or conspicuously unusual; extraordinary: a remarkable change.
- worthy of notice or attention.
Origin of remarkable
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2. notable, noteworthy, striking, extraordinary, wonderful, unusual, singular, uncommon.
1, 2. common, ordinary.
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Examples from the Web for unremarkable
Oliver bares his soul as he highlights comments in which he is compared to a parrot and knocked for mocking an unremarkable soda.Viral Video of the Day: John Oliver Reads Your YouTube Comments
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Entering Morbid Anatomy from an unremarkable, industrial street in Brooklyn, its ground-floor coffee shop/bookstore is buzzing.Brooklyn’s Museum of Death: Inside Morbid Anatomy’s House of Intriguing Horrors
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Rowanberries are another example of an unremarkable local ingredient heightened and transformed through distillation.What to Drink When it’s Cold? The Glory of Austrian Schnaps
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He did not have a fever” and the first medical exams recorded his condition as “unremarkable.Arafat’s Polonium Poisoning Mystery Resurfaces
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Not to be Confused With An Unremarkable Life, the 1989 TV movie starring Shelley Winters as a bitter old widow.Five Girl-Power Books Exactly Like Sheryl Sandberg’s ‘Lean In’
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These details, unremarkable in themselves, were charged with a peculiar intensity.Wild Oranges
The place is unremarkable for anything else, unless 32 it be the dirty and unpaved condition of its street.The Watchers of the Plains
My acquaintance with grave-diggers, considering its length, was unremarkable.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume 9
Robert Louis Stevenson
As compared with others of scenic celebrity, Yellowstone Lake is unremarkable.The Book of the National Parks
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Augusta pretended to be equally cheerful; and Nan, though a little pale and silent, behaved quite in an unremarkable fashion.Girls of the True Blue
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- not worthy of note or attention
- worthy of note or attentiona remarkable achievement
- unusual, striking, or extraordinarya remarkable sight
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Word Origin and History for unremarkable
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