Examples of noteworthy in a Sentence
He gave several noteworthy performances during his short career.
Nothing noteworthy happened that evening.
Her art is noteworthy for its great quality and beauty.
Recent Examples of noteworthy from the Web
While most superheroes are known for their extraordinary and noteworthy powers, Captain Underpants proves to be in an alternate league than your typical hero.
There are some noteworthy biceps happening during this week's other group date, which is a 5-on-5 basketball game at a high school gym.
Miscavige gave a roughly two-hour presentation, replete with graphics, citations of noteworthy architects and building consultants.
The innocuous play was more noteworthy because of the stink Mattingly made in Los Angeles last week when Corey Seager swung at a 3-0 pitch as the Dodgers led by five runs late in the game, as the Marlins did Sunday.
That astounding sum is especially noteworthy because Magic Leap has not released a beta version of its product, not even to developers.
Noteworthy is the Krakatau Aqua Coaster, a ride that propels riders uphill and along a twisty, wet route.
The attendance figures are particularly noteworthy when compared to those at the much-larger California State Fair, which has seen ticket sales stagnate after peaking in the early 2000s.
Before dining at the latter, enjoy cocktails in the second-floor Ibiza Bar or sip surrounded by Southwestern art in one of the private nooks off the first floor lobby (the stained glass screen is especially noteworthy).
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NOTEWORTHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of noteworthy for English Language Learners
: important or interesting enough to be noticed : deserving attention
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