Great and Memorable


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Great adjective – Having or showing exceptional knowledge, experience, or skill in a field of endeavor.
Memorable and great are semantically related in impressive topic. In some cases you can use "Memorable" instead an adjective "Great", when it comes to topics like wonderful, remarkable.
Nearby Words: greatly, greatness
Synonyms for Great


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Memorable adjective – Not easily forgotten.
Great and memorable are semantically related in impressive topic. Sometimes you can use "Great" instead an adjective "Memorable", if it concerns topics such as wonderful, noteworthy, remarkable.
Nearby Words: memorial, memorably, memorability
Synonyms for Memorable

Things that words describes

part great part memorable part
show great show memorable show
time great time memorable time
use great use memorable use
Other nouns: way, example, characters, story, battle, moments.

Both words in one sentence

  • Moonwalker: Not a great or memorable film, but the music video for "Smooth Criminal" has become iconic.
  • Western Animation / The Cleveland Show Fist (who wasn't all that memorable or great) in later episodes.
  • In his review of A Troll in Central Park, he claims that one of the reasons he makes the videos is to try and convince studios that they shouldn't just resort to padding and pandering when making kids movies, when great and memorable films could be made instead.
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