unusual or striking
"a remarkable sight"; "such poise is singular in one so young"
worthy of notice
"a noteworthy fact is that her students rarely complain"; "a remarkable achievement"
Worthy of being remarked or noticed; noticeable; conspicuous; hence, uncommon; extraordinary.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Unique is alone of its kind; rare is infrequent of its kind; great poems are rare; "Paradise Lost" is unique. To say of a thing that it is rare is simply to affirm that it is now seldom found, whether previously common or not; as, a rare old book; a rare word; to call a thing scarce implies that it was at some time more plenty, as when we say food or money is scarce. A particular fruit or coin may be rare; scarce applies to demand and use, and almost always to concrete things; to speak of virtue, genius, or heroism as scarce would be somewhat ludicrous. Rare has the added sense of precious, which is sometimes, but not necessarily, blended with that above given; as, a rare gem. Extraordinary, signifying greatly beyond the ordinary, is a neutral word, capable of a high and good sense or of an invidious, opprobrious, or contemptuous signification; as, extraordinary genius; extraordinary wickedness; an extraordinary assumption of power; extraordinary antics; an extraordinary statement is incredible without overwhelming proof.
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List of paraphrases for "remarkable":
notable, outstanding, noteworthy, noticeable, impressive, significant, extraordinary, excellent, striking, considerable, admirable, marked, distinguished, amazing, exceptional, prominent, tremendous, surprising, strange, dramatic, eye-catching, conspicuous, wonderful, substantial, curious, commendable, splendid, astonishing, spectacular
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How to use remarkable in a sentence?
I've never seen a player leap as high and fly as long as Ronaldo can. What a remarkable athlete.
He was a remarkable human being.
It was a remarkable effect to see so early on, if this were a drug, we would be giving it to all of our patients.
Sometimes life puts too big weights on little shoulders and the reply of little shoulders to this injustice is remarkable: To carry the burden with courage and dignity!
But certainly it's remarkable... the silence is somewhat deafening, duncan Clark got the signal that' I spoke too much, that caused me trouble so I need to shut Angela Zhang up'.
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- لافت للنظرArabic
- remarcableCatalan, Valencian
- verwunderlich, bemerkenswertGerman
- huomattava, huomionarvoinen, merkittäväFinnish
- notevole, degno di notaItalian
- ראוי לציוןHebrew
- 주목할 만한Korean
- redzams, ievērojamsLatvian
- markant, opvallend, opmerkelijkDutch
- eminente, notávelPortuguese
- notabil, remarcabilRomanian
- знаменитый, выдающийся, замечательный, поразительныйRussian
- fevkalade, dikkate değer, kayda değerTurkish
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