Examples of notably in a Sentence
Several senior executives were notably absent from the proceedings.
The film's plot was notably lacking.
Recent Examples of notably from the Web
Thomas Cowle doesn’t have much to his name — a bed, a couch and, most notably, a roof over his head.
His 2015 Clean Power Plan was designed to reduce CO2 emissions from the electric-power sector by 32% from 2005 levels by 2030, notably through greater dependence on wind and solar.
Image Strong women in China are often portrayed as power-hungry, and sometimes irrational, and are notably absent from the highest ranks of government.
Maria Shriver and Michael Skakel, whose murder conviction was recently overturned—were notably absent.
One thing notably absent was the availability of a place to sit down and dine — everyone eating was either jockeying for a bench or standing.
There was one person, notably, who resisted those inertias: Helen herself.
On Monday, Napoli listed all of the players who will be in the squad for pre-season training via their official Twitter account, and the 26-year-old's name was notably absent.
On Tuesday, the topic of guns was notably absent from the discussions.
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NOTABLY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of notably for English Language Learners
: in a way that attracts or deserves attention
: especially or particularly
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