remarkable

[ri-mahr-kuh-buhl]
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Origin of remarkable

From the French word remarquable, dating back to 1595–1605. See remark, -able
Related formsre·mark·a·bil·i·ty, re·mark·a·ble·ness, nounre·mark·a·bly, adverbqua·si-re·mark·a·ble, adjectivequa·si-re·mark·a·bly, adverbun·re·mark·a·ble, adjectiveun·re·mark·a·bly, adverb

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remarkable

adjective
  1. worthy of note or attentiona remarkable achievement
  2. unusual, striking, or extraordinarya remarkable sight
Derived Formsremarkableness or remarkability, nounremarkably, adverb
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Word Origin and History for remarkable
adj.

c.1600, from remark (v.) + -able, or from or based on French remarquable (16c.), from remarquer. "Observable, worthy of notice," hence "extraordinary, exceptional, conspicuous." Related: Remarkably.

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