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Worth remembering or easily remembered, especially because of being special or unusual.‘he recalled memorable moments in his life’
unforgettable, catchy, haunting, indelible, never to be forgotten, not to be forgotten, signal, specialView synonyms
- ‘What should have been an exciting and memorable night, turned out to be a great disappointment.’
- ‘While details are blurred by the years, the most memorable moments have new definition.’
- ‘In fact, the comments in the two letters have spoilt for me what was meant to be a meaningful and memorable day.’
- ‘Much of their success is owed to the band's unique fashion sense coupled with memorable tunes.’
- ‘It was memorable, not for the car, but for the unfortunate timing of the event.’
- ‘Last time, it was an early morning run around Central Park which was a memorable experience.’
- ‘Identify colours, images, themes and a name that works for you and is easily memorable.’
- ‘Should I come up with three separate pseudonyms or stick with my own memorable moniker?’
- ‘This is why if something memorable happens you may remember it years down the line.’
- ‘It was here I was to experience another memorable and glorious reminder of Cornwall.’
- ‘His most memorable moment of the trek came not at the very summit, but on the way up.’
- ‘The memorable trips are there, captured in old photographs that rarely see daylight.’
- ‘This was a memorable moment for them to say thank you for the music to their successors.’
- ‘The glorious weather made it a memorable day with long queues for ice-cream and cold drinks.’
- ‘Every line that he sang over the decades has become memorable in some way or the other.’
- ‘It was a truly memorable night for all of them, an occasion to relish for years to come.’
- ‘They've shown that there is more to advertising than a catchy slogan and a memorable logo.’
- ‘Everyone keeps talking about the adult cast, but the kids really made this movie memorable.’
- ‘Your hard work and planning means each and everyone one of us had a memorable night.’
- ‘This record taught me the importance of backing vocals and how they can change a good song into a memorable one.’
Late 15th century: from Latin memorabilis, from memorare ‘bring to mind’, from memor ‘mindful’.
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