Also found in: Dictionary, Legal.
Related to memorably: memorabilia
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • adv

Synonyms for memorably

in a memorable manner


References in periodicals archive ?
Bill Skarsgard plays Pennywise in the new film, taking on the role memorably played by Tim Curry in the mini-series, above
The BBC Radio 5 Live presenter faces competition from his station colleagues Nicky Campbell and Victoria Derbyshire as well as the World Service's Stephen Sackur and Radio 4's Eddie Mair - who memorably gave Boris Johnson a hard time in a TV interview last month.
Dalton says there was magic in the air too when he memorably appeared as a Time Lord in the final episode of David Tennant's reign as Doctor Who.
will be transformed into a dwhen it stages a musical of TChild, the bedtime by Julia Donald memorably by Axel Sche Suitable fo aged fou is bei from to J Ta Th Co to this The Suitable for children aged four up, the show is being staged from December 22 to January 16 by Tall Stories Theatre Company, who toured earlier this year with The Gruffalo.
Mr Davies, widely seen as a pioneer of devolution, memorably left the Cabinet after a "moment of madness" on Clapham Common, a wellknown gay meeting place, and stood down from the Assembly in 2003.
Inner-city teens and those curious about that world will find it memorably depicted here.
But there are other memorably original tunes: "Don't Do Sadness," sung by Melchior's tormented best friend, Moritz (John Gallagher, who superbly channels Duncan Sheik by way of Elvis Costello); "The Dark I Know Well," a lovely duet by two girls telling without telling about being molested by their fathers; and "My Junk," in which Jonathan B.
Taking On The Local Color" is a compendium of poetry by Cynthia Genser who writes her verse with witty, evocative, and carefully selected language offering readers a memorably lyric poetry that is intelligent, imaginative, and beautiful.
This is why John Henry Newman memorably described Anglicanism as "the halfway house on the road to Rome.
The book's opening address to God memorably summarizes both the Confessions and Augustine's whole life: "You have made us for yourself, and our hearts are restless until they find their rest in you.
If Beckett's outlook was once memorably described by Georges Perec's biographer, David Bellos, as "ambient pessimism," here is pessimism writ so large, made so omnipresent, that one begins to mutate to accommodate its inescapable presence--as if one were suddenly able to breathe underwater.
To some, such probing inquiries regarding religion's place in the public square come uncomfortably close to breaching the free exercise clause and potentially capitulating to the kind of politico-religious tendencies that John Howard Yoder has memorably deemed "Constantinian.
This 43-page enthusiastically recommended novelette is replete with memorably colorful characters, plot twists, and dramatic battles.
For a complete listing of the hundreds of memorably impressive CDS readily available in the Collectables Records music catalog, visit their informative website at www.