Memorable and Unmemorable


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Memorable adjective – Worth remembering or mentioning.
Usage example: a classic Broadway musical with a raft of memorable songs

Unmemorable is an antonym for memorable in topics: noteworthy, forgettable.
Nearby Words: memorial, memorably, memorability
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Unmemorable adjective – Not worth remembering.
Memorable is an antonym for unmemorable in monotonous topic.
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  • The Nondescript Basically, this trope is when a character is described as being "utterly unmemorable." They have a boring face, boring eyes, boring hair, they're not too tall or too short, they're not too fat or too thin, and their voice is often a monotone (but not so creepy that it's memorable).
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