Origin of memorable
OTHER WORDS FROM memorablemem·o·ra·bil·i·ty, mem·o·ra·ble·ness, nounmem·o·ra·bly, adverbun·mem·o·ra·ble, adjective
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Lady Gaga was photographed wearing it (not as memorably) a couple of years ago.Happy 20th Birthday, Liz Hurley’s Safety-Pin Dress|Tim Teeman|December 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He memorably called to end all foreign wars and shut down all foreign military bases.
And she memorably threatens her boys with a tire iron when they aim to strike out on their own.
As the historian Seymour Drescher memorably put it, the British were committing “econocide” by ending the trade when they did.The Original Slave Colony: Barbados and Andrea Stuart’s ‘Sugar in the Blood’|Eric Herschthal|January 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Mikkelsen has appeared in Hollywood films, most memorably as the villain in the recent James Bond movie Casino Royale.
Emily coaxed from her permission to have a fire in the bookroom, and there we three had a memorably happy time.Chantry House|Charlotte M. Yonge
But their confinement was, as doubtless it was intended to be, memorably punitive.In the Days of Poor Richard|Irving Bacheller
We arrived at Boston in the early part of March, after one of the most memorably successful voyages on record.Barney Blake, The Boy Privateer|Herrick Johnstone
The part of their story that is concerned in this war is memorable, and may we not say it, memorably fine?Generals of the British Army|Francis Dodd
Certainly its pricelessness could not have been more notably or memorably taught.Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of Matthew|John Monro Gibson