Considerable and Remarkable


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Considerable adjective – Sufficiently large in size, amount, or number to merit attention.
Remarkable and considerable are semantically related In some cases you can use "Remarkable" instead an adjective "Considerable".
Nearby Words: consider, consideration, considerate, considered, considerably
Synonyms for Considerable


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Remarkable adjective – Different from the ordinary in a way that causes curiosity or suspicion.
Considerable and remarkable are semantically related in striking topic. Sometimes you can use "Considerable" instead an adjective "Remarkable".
Nearby Words: remark, remarkably, remarked, remarking
Synonyms for Remarkable

Things that words describes

ability considerable ability remarkable ability
skill considerable skill remarkable skill
talent considerable talent remarkable talent
power considerable power remarkable power
Other nouns: strength, lack, knowledge, amount, number, degree, effect, development, level, intelligence, improvement, skills, powers, abilities, talents.

Both words in one sentence

  • Even more remarkable, this was in a specialty like Emergency Medicine which requires considerable mobility.
  • Video Game / Jurassic Park: The Game For a geneticist, she also has remarkable knowledge in toxicology, and a considerable skill in computer science, as she is able to easily undo one of Nedry's logic bombs. O.O.C.
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