remarkableness

  • 1 Remarkableness — Remarkable Re*mark a*ble ( ? b l), a. [F. remarquable.] Worthy of being remarked or noticed; noticeable; conspicuous; hence, uncommon; extraordinary. [1913 Webster] T is remarkable, that they Talk most who have the least to say. Prior. [1913… …

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  • 2 remarkableness — noun see remarkable …

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  • 3 remarkableness — See remarkable. * * * …

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  • 4 remarkableness — noun The state of being remarkable or striking; extraordinariness; unusualness …

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  • 5 remarkableness — re mark·a·ble·ness || rɪ mÉ‘rkÉ™blnɪs / mɑː n. noteworthiness, state of being worthy of attention; extraordinariness, exceptionalness …

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  • 6 remarkableness — re·mark·able·ness …

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  • 7 remarkableness — noun ( es) : the quality or state of being remarkable …

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  • 8 remarkable — adjective Date: circa 1604 worthy of being or likely to be noticed especially as being uncommon or extraordinary Synonyms: see noticeable • remarkableness noun …

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  • 9 Ken Wilber — Kenneth Ken Wilber Ken Wilber with Bernard Glassman (background) Born January 31, 1949 (1949 01 31) (age 62) Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA …

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  • 10 remarkably — See remarkableness. * * * …

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  • 11 remarkable — remarkability, remarkableness, n. remarkably, adv. /ri mahr keuh beuhl/, adj. 1. notably or conspicuously unusual; extraordinary: a remarkable change. 2. worthy of notice or attention. [1595 1605; < F remarquable. See REMARK, ABLE] Syn. 2.… …

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  • 12 Lavin, Mary — ▪ 1997       U.S. born Irish writer who was best known for her short stories that revealed the complexities and remarkableness of seemingly ordinary small town Irish life (b. June 11, 1912 d. March 25, 1996). * * * …

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  • 13 unusualness — noun a) The state or condition of being unusual. b) Something unusual; an aberration. Syn: remarkableness …

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  • 15 dignity — Synonyms and related words: Atticism, Establishment, VIP, address, appropriateness, augustness, baron, big gun, big man, big name, bigwig, brass, brass hat, buckram, cachet, celebrity, ceremonial, ceremoniousness, ceremony, chasteness, chastity,… …

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  • 16 distinction — Synonyms and related words: Atticism, accolade, account, alteration, analysis, anatomization, ancestry, appropriateness, aristocracy, aristocraticalness, atomization, award, badge, bays, birth, blood, blue blood, celebrity, change,… …

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  • 17 eclat — Synonyms and related words: PR, acclaim, acclamation, applause, ballyhoo, bang, big hand, blazon, blurb, bravura, bright light, brilliance, brilliancy, burst of applause, celebrity, character, cheer, clap, clapping, clapping of hands, common… …

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  • 18 eminence — Synonyms and related words: Olympian heights, VIP, acme, aerial heights, altitude, apex, ascendancy, august, authority, bas relief, bellying, big name, big time, big timer, bigwig, boldness, bulging, ceiling, celebrated, charisma, charm, chief,… …

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  • 19 esteem — Synonyms and related words: OK, accept, acceptance, accord respect to, account, account as, adherence, adjudge, adjudicate, admiration, admire, adoration, adore, allow, apotheosis, apotheosize, appreciate, appreciation, apprize, approbation,… …

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  • 20 fame — Synonyms and related words: PR, acclaim, acclamation, acknowledgment, applause, ballyhoo, blurb, bright light, celebrity, character, common knowledge, consequence, conspicuousness, cry, currency, daylight, dignity, distinction, eclat, eminence,… …

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