memorable

[mem-er-uh-buhl]
adjective
1.
worth remembering; notable: a memorable speech.
2.
easily remembered.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English < Latin memorābilis worth mentioning, equivalent to memorā(re) to mention + -bilis -ble

memorability, memorableness, noun
memorably, adverb
unmemorable, adjective


1. noteworthy, impressive, celebrated.
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memorable (ˈmɛmərəbəl, ˈmɛmrə-)
 
adj
worth remembering or easily remembered; noteworthy
 
[C15: from Latin memorābilis, from memorāre to recall, from memor mindful]
 
memora'bility
 
n
 
'memorableness
 
n
 
'memorably
 
adv

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memorable
1436, from M.Fr. mémorable, from L. memorabilis "worthy of being remembered," from memorare "to bring to mind," from memor "mindful of" (see memory).
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Example sentences
Pick a memorable experience, and explain why it was so memorable.
Each story combines nuanced portraits of memorable characters with lyrical
  descriptions of human fallibility and generosity.
Some photographic moments are memorable because they are so unlikely.
But it is still not easy to make something memorable.
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