remark Definition

  • 1to say or write a comment or opinion
  • 2a spoken or written comment expressing an opinion or reaction

Using remark: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "remark" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    She remarked that the weather was unusually warm for this time of year.

  • Example

    His remarks about the company's financial situation were cause for concern.

  • Example

    I couldn't help but remark on how beautiful the sunset was.

remark Synonyms and Antonyms

Phrases with remark

  • a casual or brief comment made without much thought or consideration


    He made a passing remark about her new haircut, not realizing how much it meant to her.

  • to make a comment or observation about something


    I couldn't help but remark upon the stunning view from the top of the mountain.

  • a phrase used to indicate that there is nothing noteworthy or unusual to comment on


    After inspecting the car, the mechanic wrote 'no remark' on the report.

Origins of remark

from Old French 'remarquer', from re- + marquer 'to mark'


Summary: remark in Brief

The term 'remark' [riːˈmɑːk] can be used as both a verb and a noun. As a verb, it means to express an opinion or comment on something, while as a noun, it refers to a spoken or written comment expressing an opinion or reaction. It is often used in phrases like 'passing remark' and 'remark upon,' and can be formal or informal depending on the context.