Great and Remarkable


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Great adjective – Having or showing exceptional knowledge, experience, or skill in a field of endeavor.
Remarkable is a synonym for great in important topic. In some cases you can use "Remarkable" instead an adjective "Great", when it comes to topics like famous, outstanding.
Nearby Words: greatly, greatness
Synonyms for Great


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Remarkable adjective – Different from the ordinary in a way that causes curiosity or suspicion.
Great is a synonym for remarkable in characteristic topic. You can use "Great" instead an adjective "Remarkable", if it concerns topics such as striking.
Nearby Words: remark, remarkably, remarked, remarking
Synonyms for Remarkable

Things that words describes

skill great skill remarkable skill
power great power remarkable power
strength great strength remarkable strength
man great man remarkable man
Other nouns: people, job, knowledge, amount, place, number, extent, show, degree, effect, example, story, skills, powers.

Both words in one sentence

  • Carl Sagan: Velikovsky has called attention to a wide range of stories and legends, held by diverse peoples, separated by great distances, which stories show remarkable similarities and concordances.
    Source: Dan Browned
  • Film / Bram Stoker's Dracula Van Helsing: He was in life a most remarkable man, his mind was great and powerful.
  • Identical Grandson While their claim is considered highly dubious by historians, family member Jeremiah James bears a remarkable resemblence to photographs of Jesse James as a young man: so much so that, if the blood connection were true, he would qualify as an identical great-great-grandson.
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