Nick made them comfortable to the point where Helmut could encourage the subject into memorably ill-advised poses.
The Virgin Mary leaves her fingerprints, as Patty Griffin memorably wrote, everywhere.
As the historian Seymour Drescher memorably put it, the British were committing “econocide” by ending the trade when they did.
This was the president, after all, who memorably called in his second inaugural for “ ending tyranny in our world.”
Lady Gaga was photographed wearing it (not as memorably) a couple of years ago.
Emily coaxed from her permission to have a fire in the bookroom, and there we three had a memorably happy time.
The sun was westering as I ascended these hills, and the hours of that afternoon were memorably beautiful.
The part of their story that is concerned in this war is memorable, and may we not say it, memorably fine?
Certainly its pricelessness could not have been more notably or memorably taught.
We arrived at Boston in the early part of March, after one of the most memorably successful voyages on record.
mid-15c., from Middle French mémorable, from Latin memorabilis "that may be told; worthy of being remembered, remarkable," from memorare "to bring to mind," from memor "mindful of" (see memory). Related: Memorably.