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memorable

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adjective mem·o·ra·ble \ˈmem-rə-bəl, ˈmə-mə-rə-, ˈme-mər-\

Simple Definition of memorable

  • : very good or interesting and worth remembering

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of memorable

  1. :  worth remembering :  notable <a memorable occasion>

memorableness

noun

memorably

play \-blē\ adverb

Examples of memorable in a sentence

  1. It was the most memorable line of the play.

  2. She gave a memorable performance.



Origin and Etymology of memorable

Middle English, from Latin memorabilis, from memorare to remind, mention, from memor mindful


First Known Use: 15th century


MEMORABLE Defined for Kids

memorable

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adjective mem·o·ra·ble \ˈme-mə-rə-bəl, ˈmem-rə-bəl\

Definition of memorable for Students

  1. :  worth remembering :  not easily forgotten <a memorable experience>

memorably

\-blē\ adverb




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