[ US /ɹiˈmɑɹkəbəɫ, ɹɪˈmɑɹkəbəɫ/ ]
[ UK /ɹɪmˈɑːkəbə‍l/ ]
  1. unusual or striking
    such poise is singular in one so young
    a remarkable sight
  2. 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 remarkable In A Sentence

  • It is probably a measure of the depths to which political conversation has sunk — all the more remarkable given the chaos that male leaders have through the generations created — that this non-gender-specific "ballsiness," as it were, is so frequently trotted out as a measure of high praise. Half-cocked
  • The problem is that their remarkable efficiency allows them to overproduce almost any commodity, so agriculture tends to lurch from surplus to surplus.
  • Moreover, social values and structures have shown a remarkable ability to adapt to a rapidly changing environment.
  • The decapod fossils are preserved in remarkable detail as molds and as body fossils.
  • Weather experts say it was a relatively dry winter which makes the water recovery all the more remarkable.
  • At one of those remarkable omnium-gatherum receptions at the Tuileries, of which I have spoken in a former chapter, she heard an American lady, to whom Louis Philippe was talking of his American recollections and of various persons he had known there, say to him, “Oh, sire, they all retain the most lively recollections of your majesty's sojourn among them, and wish nothing more than that you should return among them again!” What I Remember
  • This is a truly remarkable achievement.
  • Sure enough, this Heller language has served to protect a remarkable variety of federal gun restrictions challenged since Heller, including bans on gun possession by felons, domestic violence misdemeanants, and persons under restraining orders, bans on sawed-off shotguns and machine guns, laws restricting guns in school zones, post offices, and other public property, and others. Dennis A. Henigan: The Gun Issue Is Back in the Supreme Court: What Does It Mean?
  • In this group of great rivers the St. Lawrence is the most remarkable. Burroughs' Encyclopaedia of Astounding Facts and Useful Information, 1889
  • His remarkable adapted style at the decks involves him mixing records using his mouth.
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