worthy of being notedThe most notable architectural feature of the town is its castle.
He was a remarkable man.
There has been a marked increase in crimes against property.
She was a striking woman with long blonde hair.
He was an unusual man with great business talents.
He is an extraordinary musician.
an area of outstanding natural beauty
He spoke with evident emotion about his ordeal.
Most of the exhibition has a pronounced Scottish theme.
a memorable performance
These changes have had no noticeable effect on productivity.
Both are blessed with an uncommon ability to fix things.
Her conspicuous lack of warmth confirmed that they were no longer friends.
She read the salient facts quickly.
None of these buildings are noteworthy for their architecture.
the notable occultist, Madame Blavatsky
a prominent member of the Law Society
England's most famous landscape artist, John Constable
He was soon one of the most celebrated young painters in England.
a distinguished academic family
He liked to surround himself with attractive or well-known people.
The area is renowned for its churches.
an eminent public figure
He is the pre-eminent political figure in the country.
a person of distinctionThe notables attending included five Senators, two Supreme Court judges and three State Governors.
At the age of twelve, he was already a celebrity.
The event brought together worthies from many fields.
all the big names in rock and pop
He was a visiting dignitary of great importance.
the political opinions of such luminaries as Sartre and de Beauvoir
MPs, film stars and other important personages
They want to get hold of some minor television notability to open the fete.
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in the sense of big name
a famous personall the big names in rock and pop
in the sense of celebrated
well knownHe was soon one of the most celebrated young painters in England.
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