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Interesting, significant, or unusual.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, noticeableView synonyms
- ‘Another noteworthy feature that is missing is the ability to organize troops in formations.’
- ‘It's a measure of the lack of drama in the actual game that the jersey exchange was one of the more noteworthy occurrences.’
- ‘Please check in with us if anything noteworthy happens when you went to cast your vote.’
- ‘While the decor needs to be updated, this property has a number of noteworthy features.’
- ‘Its most noteworthy aspect is its jaws, used for scraping the algae and bacteria it feeds on from moss.’
- ‘It is also noteworthy that the painting in the auction seems to be undated.’
- ‘A noteworthy feature was the wide variability in execution of the studies.’
- ‘This feature is as noteworthy for its censorship woes as it is for its content.’
- ‘That is certainly noteworthy, but not for the reasons Falcoff assumes.’
- ‘Unfortunately these are nestled in an album noteworthy mostly for its blandness.’
- ‘Twelve months ago we had some very exciting action with several noteworthy performances.’
- ‘It is noteworthy that this number has remained remarkably steady over the past decade.’
- ‘A second noteworthy feature concerns the role of the European Parliament.’
- ‘Forster says that she is often amazed at how rarely shattering world events are deemed noteworthy by diary writers.’
- ‘Next weekend is Easter and a noteworthy time for a number of reasons.’
- ‘But it is primarily interested in making people think and does so with noteworthy relish.’
- ‘According to many this controversy is a political one and so not noteworthy.’
- ‘His words, astonishing and bizarre, are noteworthy, in my view, for their condescension.’
- ‘These are, after all, just the latest details to be added to a CV packed with noteworthy statistics.’
- ‘Most noteworthy is Ellen Burstyn, who should be nominated for an Oscar for this work.’
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