[ US /ˈnoʊtˌwɝði/ ]
[ UK /nˈə‍ʊtwɜːði/ ]
  1. worthy of attention because interesting, significant, or unusual
    a notable increase in the crime rate
    a remarkable achievement
    a noteworthy fact is that her students rarely complain
    a noteworthy advance in cancer research
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How To Use noteworthy In A Sentence

  • It was also a noteworthy echo of a speech Sarkozy himself made last December, when he called for a "positive laicity" and suggested that the state could ultimately grant subsidies to religious groups. The Earth Times Online Newspaper
  • During the whole of the thirteenth century, and for some time afterwards, the Hojo continued to govern the country; and it is noteworthy that these regents never assumed the title of shogun, but professed to be merely shogunal deputies. Japan: an Attempt at Interpretation
  • Found in the grave of a young woman, this elaborate necklace is noteworthy for its sophisticated design and use of polychromy. Hidden Treasures of Ancient Afghanistan
  • It is especially noteworthy that The New York Times, itself culpable of, or accessory to whatever alleged crimes Mr. Assange may be accused of, has kept its lips discretely, if unheroically sealed. Michael Brenner: Obama's War on WikiLeaks -- and Us
  • The couture-like short coat with three-quarter-length sleeves made a noteworthy comeback, together with redingotes, lamb chop sleeves optional.
  • It is noteworthy however, that he chose to place a flagstaff on the roof of the building at all.
  • Another noteworthy feature of human social life is the degree to which societies change. Macrosociology: An Introduction to Human Societies
  • Nonetheless, the deterioration in lumbar lordosis and NRS leg pain is noteworthy and of concern.
  • It is noteworthy that the New York Times, mouthpiece of the liberal wing of the political establishment, was far less restrained in its reaction.
  • These relatively conventional works were succeeded by a period of experiment in musical theatre, to which such works as Britten's church parables are a noteworthy contribution.
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