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Synonyms for quite an

of an unusually noticeable or exceptional or remarkable kind (not used with a negative)


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He is quite an emotional and sensitive chap who is quite stressed living in kennels.
Douglas Pace, Director of Assisted Living and Continuing Care, American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA): Having a group of this makeup come together and report on 131 recommendations and gain consensus on 110 was quite an achievement.
This Sydney-based aboriginal dance group has made quite an impact down under as an ensemble that melds the traditional forms and sounds of an ancient civilization with contemporary urban culture.
Here, too, the statistics tell quite an interesting and often overlooked story that includes the following features:
She is happy for another reason: "I've built up quite an audience there.