of notice or attention; notable; remarkable:
a noteworthy addition to our collection of rare books.
Can be confused
distinguished, outstanding, significant.
worthy of notice; notable
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Emphasis is on what's new, rediscovered, or otherwise noteworthy.
The vertical motions were also noteworthy because they packed nearly twice as much energy as the earthquake's sideways shaking.
Used as an umbrella, it is not necessarily about rocks, but can always include them if noteworthy.
Amid these calamities, however, a number of noteworthy achievements unfolded.
The size of a brain region known as the flocculus, which is involved in controlling movement, is particularly noteworthy.
One noteworthy area of research concerns the filtering and monitoring of water conditions in tanks for growing fish.
In an effort to quantify the design criteria for such a device is, in and of itself a noteworthy task.
The effect is especially noteworthy in works exploring the peculiarities of life.
It is also noteworthy that bones, though solid in appearance, have a spongelike structure.
The above plant is a sweet little creature, yet may not seem particularly noteworthy.
Mind you, the correlation is certainly noteworthy, and not limited to your own family and experience.
Our reliance on computers is noteworthy, but should not be mistaken for reality.
His endeavours are noteworthy because they aim at a variation of the ordinary sonneteering motive.
It is noteworthy that the saints referred to belong either to the period preceding the king's reign or to the reign itself.
Varying methods of syllabifying are also responsible for noteworthy acoustic differences.
Some of his letters are especially noteworthy for the dignity and nobility of the thought expressed.
It did a noteworthy work, and its report is a monument in the history of the relations of labor and capital in this country.
While the college looks impressive, the university itself doesn't seem especially noteworthy.
It is what will make your conference paper noteworthy, your job application letter interesting, your article eye-catching.
The sight of college students hunched over books on a dark winter's evening hardly seems noteworthy.
What makes this construction noteworthy, however, is its place in a larger plan.
The winner's curse applies only to that tiny fraction of publishing that appears noteworthy for the public.
In my book, that would indicate that something really noteworthy was going on at that school.
The book is noteworthy not only for its pithy text, but its blurbs.
The state policy issues that arise are both noteworthy and challenging.
It was noteworthy because they had about three questions for me, but the search committee consisted of a dozen people.
But the two new firms are also noteworthy because of the way they have dealt with their bosses.
The influence of various celebrities and organizations openly opposing this practice are noteworthy.
More noteworthy is the fact that people nobody has ever heard of can suddenly give away many times as much.
It will soon become one of a handful of noteworthy private firms to have emerged from the state.
In the music business any trend other than a decline is noteworthy.
The findings are particularly noteworthy for another reason too.
So many noteworthy accomplishments today that it's difficult to decide where to start.
The fact that the city now has enough to support a kosher restaurant is noteworthy in itself.
But this impressive figure isn't noteworthy in itself.
But, inside the bubble of the poetry world, it doesn't feel noteworthy.
But it's noteworthy and problematic that they were approached.
What makes this debate noteworthy is not only its substance, but its character-the who and the how.
It is noteworthy that many such captives later showed great reluctance to return to their own people.
Another noteworthy continuity has been the exploitation of farmers.
Two factors seem especially noteworthy in accounting for these differences.
The fact that she was inconspicuous, even for an instant, was noteworthy in and of itself.
Everyone agrees the royal wedding is a noteworthy celebration that will make for good gossip and media fodder.
Actual art sales to venerable collectors aren't likely to generate any noteworthy surprises, either.
Yes, but you respect that it's always been a big part of what's made the band noteworthy-photos, videos.
Most noteworthy comets display a dim blue gas tail in addition to a whiter, brighter dust tail.
He had published a handful of brief papers in a physics journal, none of them bad, none of them noteworthy.
That's a stretch as far as suing science goes, but it's noteworthy enough to include.
It is noteworthy that almost every medicine discovered has been tried on mouse models before they are approved for human use.
But researchers say the extent of the fast food industry's reliance on corn is noteworthy.
Every once in a while someone makes an excellent and noteworthy observation from the funniest evidence.
And your memory is more likely to preserve details about meaningful or noteworthy elements rather than less interesting parts.
They did something to be noteworthy, ergo it translates across to everything they do.
There are some quotes in this article that are particularly noteworthy.
Scientists who are attempting to bridge the gap between science and the unexplainable are noteworthy.
While both undoubtedly did many other wonderful and noteworthy things, in these instances they were plainly wrong.
Merely having a paper published in these journals does not determine whether the paper does report truly noteworthy research.
Into this dollar market last week went two noteworthy whiskey names.
The appearance of perfection in any form is a rare and noteworthy event.
These contrasts are all significant, but there are two more that are perhaps even more noteworthy.
The pictures are noteworthy for their formal structure and pictorial harmony.
The song is noteworthy for correctly identifying the bean as a fruit, not a vegetable.