Marked and Remarkable


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Marked adjective – Likely to attract attention.
Usage example: walks with a marked limp

Remarkable is a synonym for marked in noticeable topic. In some cases you can use "Remarkable" instead an adjective "Marked", when it comes to topics like see, apparent.
Nearby Words: mark, marker, markedly, marking
Synonyms for Marked


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Remarkable adjective – Likely to attract attention.
Usage example: there's a remarkable fixation with vanity of earthly pleasures in this author's poetry

Marked is a synonym for remarkable in see topic. You can use "Marked" instead an adjective "Remarkable", if it concerns topics such as extraordinary.
Nearby Words: remark, remarkably, remarked, remarking
Synonyms for Remarkable

Things that words describes

tendency marked tendency remarkable tendency
change marked change remarkable change
man marked man remarkable man
people marked people remarkable people
Other nouns: lack, similarity, resemblance, number, effect, example, proficiency, improvement, similarities.

Both words in one sentence

  • Thus, everyone who had put Hinata down and/or had been hostile her in the past (particularly Hiashi and Neji) are downright terrified of being subjected to her wrath, especially since the event marked a remarkable increase in Hinata's skill.
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