Definition of memorably in English:

memorably

adverb

  • In a way that is worth remembering or easily remembered.

    ‘his reaction was memorably described as the "longest sulk in history"’
    ‘these poignant vignettes capture memorably a sense of crisis and confusion’
    • ‘As Hill memorably remarks, Cotman was certainly ' in Arcadian dreamland ' that summer.’
    • ‘He gives a memorably twisted performance, mocking the people he kills.’
    • ‘Even a passing mention of Shelley's most endurable creation immediately brings to mind Boris Karloff's memorably monstrous visage from the 1931 film.’
    • ‘He makes sure we're emotionally involved before we're intellectually engaged, rendering his epic memorably intimate.’
    • ‘Her lampooning of a fashion shoot, especially her shot of a grotesque model with dirty socks, is memorably funny.’
    • ‘It was emigration that transformed a competent British landscape painter into a memorably poetic artist.’
    • ‘He memorably dubbed the singer's death "the day the music died."’
    • ‘One critic memorably and accurately described her as "beyond beautiful."’
    • ‘His portrayal of the "man of science" sent by Napoleon to oversee Charenton results in a memorably detestable villain.’
    • ‘Two well-known local models are memorably featured.’

Pronunciation

memorably

/ˈmɛm(ə)rəbli/