Remarkable and Well-known


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Remarkable adjective – Different from the ordinary in a way that causes curiosity or suspicion.
Well-known and remarkable are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Well-known" instead an adjective "Remarkable".
Nearby Words: remark, remarkably, remarked, remarking
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Well-known adjective – Widely known.
Usage example: an anchorwoman so well-known that she passes for a local celebrity

Remarkable and well-known are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Remarkable" instead an adjective phrase "Well-known".
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  • Audioplay / Are You Alice? The series is remarkable for its complex characters and world as well as for the high amount of well-known voice actors that star on the CDs.
  • Series / Pan Am It is remarkable how well-known Pan American World Airways and its blue globe are, that twentysometing years after its demise people still know of it, speak of it, and cared enough about it to try to make a TV show about it.
  • Earth has, to date, had five well-known Green Lanterns — which is remarkable in itself, since Green Lanterns represent huge sectors of space, not individual planets — and all of them have been American males.
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