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
The four-course, $65 dinner will be based around cote de boeuf and notably, will only be available to 14 guests per night.
But there are some similarities in their games; most notably, the ability to create when a play breaks down.
When Snead saw Kupp’s success continue at the 2017 Senior Bowl — while, notably, playing under the Bears coaching staff in Mobile, Ala. -- he was convinced the receiver’s production would continue at the next level.
Most notably, perhaps, is the time he was forced to apologize after his derogatory tweet about Africa and Ebola.
It is nicely assembled and well cast — besides Holt and Zahn, there are, notably, Rick Gomez as Ellis' deputy, and Simone Kessell as a time traveler out on her own.
The Handmaid's Tale is also, notably, the rare streaming show that also looks incredibly good, with a lot of care going into its compositions and imagery.
Across those three tracks, Timberlake fashioned a new sound with the Neptunes, the production duo of Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo, shedding his pop-singer sheen for dirty drums, falsetto vocal runs, and, notably, guitar.
Tannenbaum has tried to get Graham before (most notably when he was traded to Seattle).
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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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