Memorable and Prominent

Memorable

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Memorable adjective – Not easily forgotten.
Prominent and memorable are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Prominent" instead an adjective "Memorable".
Nearby Words: memorial, memorably, memorability
Synonyms for Memorable

Prominent

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Prominent adjective – Likely to attract attention.
Memorable and prominent are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Memorable" instead an adjective "Prominent".
Nearby Words: prominence, prominently
Synonyms for Prominent

Things that words describes

character memorable character prominent character
feature memorable feature prominent feature
role memorable role prominent role
part memorable part prominent part
Other nouns: name, trait, appearance, parts, scene, line, case, use, example, features, theme, shot, villain, version, gag, traits, examples, roles, aspects, villains.

Both words in one sentence

  • Monochrome Casting Like Seinfeld, the show is usually cited as one of the most prominent and memorable examples of this trope.
  • Hell, even Mattie, whose characterizing trait is her forgetableness, has a more prominent and memorable role than Yiesha.
  • Billed Above the Title When an actor — usually the lead, but occasionally someone with a prominent and memorable supporting role — and (almost) always the most famous person involved in a production — is listed more prominently in the credits and all promotional material than even the title of the work itself.
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