Etymology
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remarkable (adj.)

"observable, worthy of notice," hence "extraordinary, exceptional, conspicuous," c. 1600, from remark (v.) + -able, or from or based on French remarquable (16c.), from remarquer. Related: Remarkably; remarkableness. From 17c.-19c. remarkables (n.) were "noteworthy things or circumstances."

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Definitions of remarkable

remarkable (adj.)
unusual or striking;
a remarkable sight
Synonyms: singular
remarkable (adj.)
worthy of attention because interesting, significant, or unusual;
a remarkable achievement
Synonyms: noteworthy / notable
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