Normal and Remarkable


Normal adjective - Having or showing the qualities associated with the members of a particular group or kind.
Usage example: she has normal reading abilities for a child her age

Remarkable is an antonym for normal in usual topic.


Remarkable adjective - Different from the ordinary in a way that causes curiosity or suspicion.
Usage example: one participant in the race had a remarkable walk that was half-run, half-skip

Normal is an antonym for remarkable in extraordinary topic.

Nearby Words: remark, remarkably, remarked, remarking

Both words in one sentence

  • Unlucky Everydude: Tsukune all the way, he's described in the second chapter as being so normal that the only remarkable thing about him was how unremarkable he was.
  • Eldritch Location It's quite remarkable that even in a place like the Neath, where the strangest of all things get explanations and are considered normal, this is one place that is still feared and unexplained.
  • There was a notable scene where one character impaled another character on their sword, which was remarkable since a normal sword attack could have been used.
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