Remarkable and Worthy of note

Remarkable

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Remarkable adjective – Different from the ordinary in a way that causes curiosity or suspicion.
Worthy of note and remarkable are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Worthy of note" instead an adjective "Remarkable".
Nearby Words: remark, remarkably, remarked, remarking
Synonyms for Remarkable

Worthy of note

Defintions of Worthy of note not found.
Remarkable and worthy of note are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Remarkable" instead an adjective phrase "Worthy of note".
Synonyms for Worthy of note

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  • A third case worthy of note is that of Isadora Persano, the well-known journalist and duellist, who was found stark staring mad with a match box in front of him which contained a remarkable worm said to be unknown to science.
  • A third case worthy of note is that of Isadora Persano, the well-known journalist and duelist, who was found stark staring mad with a match box in front of him which contained a remarkable worm said to be unknown to science.
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