Notable - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈnəʊtəbl|  American pronunciation of the word notable
Brit.  |ˈnəʊtəb(ə)l|  British pronunciation of the word notable


- a celebrity who is an inspiration to others (syn: luminary, notability)


- widely known and esteemed (syn: celebrated, famed, famous, far-famed, illustrious, noted, renowned)
a notable historian
- worthy of attention because interesting, significant, or unusual (syn: noteworthy, remarkable)
a notable increase in the crime rate

Extra examples

There are a few notable exceptions.

...a panel made up of notable authorities on the virus...

The guest list included such notables as the President and First Lady.

They introduced her to all the local notables.

A notable feature of the church is its unusual bell tower.

Every country in the world signed the treaty, with one notable exception - the United States.

The town is notable for its busy open-air market.

The film is notable for its extravagant settings and special effects.

Sir Charles was a notable figure in swagger society.

The award is given for notable or conspicuous achievement in science.

With one or two notable exceptions, there are few women conductors.

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