noun, plural no·ta·bil·i·ties for 2.
Origin of notability
Related Words for notabilityweight, influence, rank, renown, esteem, fame, standing, prepotency, preeminence, mark, note, significance, repute, luster, power, greatness, authority, prestige, loftiness, dignity
Examples from the Web for notability
Historical Examples of notability
All that went on they had their share in, and a kind of acquaintance with every notability.Royal Edinburgh
Mary has infected me with her notability, and I'm going to work mamma a footstool.Wives and Daughters
Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell
He recognized, in those lines of opposing counsel, an array of notability.The Tempering
Charles Neville Buck
But when one marks its date, its notability is enhanced impressively.Abraham Lincoln's Cardinal Traits;
Clark S. Beardslee
He came of good family of county rank, and his personal character raised him to the eminence of a notability in Staffordshire.The Annals of Willenhall
Frederick William Hackwood
noun plural -ties
late 14c., from Old French notabilite, from Medieval Latin *notabilitatem (nominative *notabilitas), from Latin notabilis (see notable).