adj. honorable; remarkable, noteworthy; famous
adj. notable, noteworthy, worthwhile, observable, weighty
There were notable irregularities in the elections. In the first place, there was a lot of violence during the campaigning period. Secondly, some voters voted more than once. Last of all, the counting of votes was not transparent.
One night, on entering the smoking room, Desnoyers saw the German notables gesticulating with animated countenances. They were no longer drinking beer. They had had bottles of champagne uncorked,
many notables contenting themselves with servants' quarters. There was not a vacant seat in the cafes; the sidewalks could not accommodate the extraordinary assemblage.
A swart greasy man in notable clothes was waiting in the outer room.
As with the PowerBook 100, one of the ThinkPad's most notable innovations had to do with its pointing device.
For him, that had been a notable oration-and a fine display of the trained memory expected among preliterates.
He did a stand-up interview for Jordanian TV following his meeting with the notables.
Most notable were BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, and Teck, who accounted for 80% of the debt raised in the four month period.
People in society loved fixed, notable dwellings; she had observed that.
The game is notable for its simplicity, availability and high emotionality.
1. important: conspicuous, celebrated, distinguished, renowned, eminent, famed, famous
2. remarkable: conspicuous, striking, distinguished, extraordinary, great, memorable, noted
3. diligent: alert, assiduous, capable, careful, clever, industrious, sedulous
4. celebrity: luminary, leader, personality