remarkable Definition

  • 1worthy of attention; striking
  • 2exceptional; extraordinary

Using remarkable: Examples

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

  • Example

    She has made remarkable progress in her studies.

  • Example

    The team's performance was truly remarkable.

  • Example

    It is remarkable how quickly he recovered from his injury.

remarkable Synonyms and Antonyms

Phrases with remarkable

  • an accomplishment that is noteworthy or impressive


    Winning the championship was a remarkable achievement for the team.

  • an act or accomplishment that is exceptional or extraordinary


    Climbing Mount Everest is a remarkable feat that few people have accomplished.

  • a similarity or likeness that is striking or notable


    The two sisters bear a remarkable resemblance to each other.

Origins of remarkable

from Middle French 'remarquable', from remarquer, meaning 'to notice'


Summary: remarkable in Brief

The term 'remarkable' [riˈmɑːrkəbl] describes something that is worthy of attention or extraordinary. It can be used to describe a person's progress, an exceptional performance, or a quick recovery from an injury. Phrases like 'remarkable achievement' and 'remarkable feat' denote noteworthy accomplishments.

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