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
Parachute: The trailblazing proprietors of this no-frills hotspot bend and break the rules of Korean cuisine to create original and memorable meals—think tapioca croquettes topped with furikake and chicken-and-egg bibimbap.
With a 60-year-long resume, Stanton appeared in more than 200 movies and TV shows, creating memorable roles in films like Repo Man, Godfather II, Pretty in Pink and Escape from New York.
United isn’t the only U.S. airline trying to make downtime at the airport more memorable.
His bay scallops, mushrooms and black truffles served on a bed of pesto risotto; buffalo tenderloin (melted in my mouth); and lamb chops and shredded lamb croquette dish were all memorable.
Want to make your wedding ceremony as memorable as the Kennedy's?
That could partly explain the power surge that has helped make this World Series memorable – though not every game has been a slugfest.
Not every game in this series has been memorable, but two stand out for opposite reasons.
That would make the election memorable for stability, rather than a shake-up: another victory would give the Nationals the longest stint in government for any party in almost 50 years.
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Origin and Etymology of memorable
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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