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Worth paying attention to; interesting or significant.‘noteworthy features’[with clause] ‘it is noteworthy that no one at the Bank has accepted responsibility for the failure’
notable, worthy of note, interesting, of particular interest, significant, worthy of mention, worth taking a look at, noticeableremarkable, impressive, important, striking, outstanding, memorable, unique, special, prominent, conspicuousunusual, extraordinary, out of the ordinary, singular, different, rare, uncommonView synonyms
- ‘Unfortunately these are nestled in an album noteworthy mostly for its blandness.’
- ‘A noteworthy feature was the wide variability in execution of the studies.’
- ‘Forster says that she is often amazed at how rarely shattering world events are deemed noteworthy by diary writers.’
- ‘It is noteworthy that this number has remained remarkably steady over the past decade.’
- ‘But it is primarily interested in making people think and does so with noteworthy relish.’
- ‘While the decor needs to be updated, this property has a number of noteworthy features.’
- ‘It's a measure of the lack of drama in the actual game that the jersey exchange was one of the more noteworthy occurrences.’
- ‘Another noteworthy feature that is missing is the ability to organize troops in formations.’
- ‘Next weekend is Easter and a noteworthy time for a number of reasons.’
- ‘That is certainly noteworthy, but not for the reasons Falcoff assumes.’
- ‘It is also noteworthy that the painting in the auction seems to be undated.’
- ‘These are, after all, just the latest details to be added to a CV packed with noteworthy statistics.’
- ‘Twelve months ago we had some very exciting action with several noteworthy performances.’
- ‘Most noteworthy is Ellen Burstyn, who should be nominated for an Oscar for this work.’
- ‘Please check in with us if anything noteworthy happens when you went to cast your vote.’
- ‘According to many this controversy is a political one and so not noteworthy.’
- ‘Its most noteworthy aspect is its jaws, used for scraping the algae and bacteria it feeds on from moss.’
- ‘This feature is as noteworthy for its censorship woes as it is for its content.’
- ‘His words, astonishing and bizarre, are noteworthy, in my view, for their condescension.’
- ‘A second noteworthy feature concerns the role of the European Parliament.’
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