Examples of memorable in a Sentence
It was the most memorable line of the play.
She gave a memorable performance.
Recent Examples of memorable from the Web
Look at them Jaguars: South Alabama's pre-conference results were hardly memorable, but the Jaguars are off to a surprising start in Sun Belt play.
For Adam Clark, 46, and Freda Starkel, 34, who came from Gainesville to celebrate the holidays with family, the day would be memorable.
Oakland’s last visit to Philadelphia also was memorable as David Akers kicked the game-winning field goal despite a torn hamstring in 2005.
The words of some newsmakers shocked, others soothed, but all were memorable.
Jude Drouin, a 20-year-old rookie forward during the 1968-69 season, said his first game at the Montreal Forum was especially memorable because of Béliveau.
The emotive, powerful ballad was especially memorable because of Beyoncé’s all-male choir providing the background vocals -- some of whom were introduced in the mini-documentary Bey released to coincide with the performance.
The Enquirer/Scott Springer BETHEL - The year 1968 was memorable with many of the events being well-documented in history classes and TV documentaries.
So one more time Sunday, the crowd at Marlins Park rose and beckoned for a magical conclusion to this remarkable ride that Stanton has taken a season that would otherwise be memorable here only for Jeffrey Loria’s swan song.
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Origin and Etymology of memorable
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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