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remarkable

[ ri-mahr-kuh-buhl ]
/ rɪˈmɑr kə bəl /
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adjective
notably or conspicuously unusual; extraordinary: a remarkable change.
worthy of notice or attention.
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Origin of remarkable

From the French word remarquable, dating back to 1595–1605. See remark, -able

OTHER WORDS FROM remarkable

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How to use remarkable in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for remarkable

remarkable
/ (rɪˈmɑːkəbəl) /

adjective
worthy of note or attentiona remarkable achievement
unusual, striking, or extraordinarya remarkable sight

Derived forms of remarkable

remarkableness or remarkability, nounremarkably, adverb
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