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adjective no·ta·ble \ˈnō-tə-bəl, for 2 also ˈnä-\

: unusual and worth noticing

: very successful or respected

Full Definition of NOTABLE

1
a :  worthy of note :  remarkable
b :  distinguished, prominent
2
archaic :  efficient or capable in performance of housewifely duties
no·ta·ble·ness noun

Examples of NOTABLE

  1. There are a few notable exceptions.
  2. <a panel made up of notable authorities on the virus>

First Known Use of NOTABLE

14th century

Rhymes with NOTABLE

2notable

noun no·ta·ble \ˈnō-tə-bəl\

: a famous or important person

Full Definition of NOTABLE

1
:  a person of note :  notability
2
plural often capitalized :  a group of persons summoned especially in monarchical France to act as a deliberative body

Examples of NOTABLE

  1. The guest list included such notables as the President and First Lady.
  2. They introduced her to all the local notables.

First Known Use of NOTABLE

1815
NOTABLE Defined for Kids

1notable

adjective no·ta·ble \ˈnō-tə-bəl\

Definition of NOTABLE for Kids

1
:  deserving special notice :  remarkable <a notable sight>
2
:  very successful or respected :  distinguished <a notable writer>
no·ta·bly \-blē\ adverb <The team's star player was notably absent.>

2notable

noun

Definition of NOTABLE for Kids

:  a famous person

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