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Synonyms for notable

Synonyms for notable

Synonyms for notable

a celebrity who is an inspiration to others

worthy of notice


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widely known and esteemed

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1 : deserving special notice : remarkable <a notable sight>
Notable observations: WHI enrolled women 50 to 79 years old at baseline (mean age at screening was 63 years), and the published report stated, "No noteworthy interactions with age .
Notable wins: Open Champion (1999), Dunhill Links Championship (2001), Welsh Open (2002) Ryder Cup player (1999)
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95) offers 10 volumes of reference detail in an A-Z presentation of listings of everything from poetry and popes to individual countries across Europe and Asia, notable individuals of the times, different branches of learning, and more.
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