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Definition of Remarkable

  • Worthy of being remarked or noticed; noticeable; conspicuous; hence, uncommon; extraordinary.

How to use remarkable in a sentence. Remarkable pronunciation.

A man whom I did not know (he turned out to be the auctioneer's brother) noticed the wistful look in my eye, and observed that that was a very remarkable horse to be going at such a price; and added that the saddle alone was worth the money.
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At Arelas, about two years since, one of his comrades had joined their circle of boon-companions, and had related that he had been the witness of a remarkable scene.
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The freshness of her sensibilities was indeed remarkable, and Emmeline observed with pleasure that her mind seemed to have a very wholesome tone.
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The late M. Brunetiere told me that he could neither read or speak English, and, what is still more remarkable, he said that he had never been in England!
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A remarkable illustration of it was afforded by the late Japanese war, when Port Arthur held out long after the possible date assigned by many military experts.
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And one of the most remarkable of contemporary Russian novels-Andreev's "The Seven Who Were Hanged," a book bearing on every page the stamp of indubitable genius-radiates a sympathy and pity that are almost divine.
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But perhaps they are chiefly remarkable for their exquisite descriptions of nature.
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It is remarkable, too, how clearly the reader sees the heart of the man, so obscure to himself; and how evident it is that in the very midst of his passion for Irina, his love for Tanya remains.
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Another reason why Turgenev's characters are so interesting, is because in each case he has given a remarkable combination of individual and type.
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The Christian, The Evangelist, The Observer, The Congregationalist, The Advance, The Illustrated Christian Weekly, The American Messenger, The Witness_. Likewise we have been greatly assisted by some of our Home Missionaries, who, from their daily experiences with the poor and suffering, have been eye-witnesses to remarkable experiences and the wonderful help of the Lord in answering their prayers.
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They demonstrate that answers to prayer are not occasional, and therefore remarkable that they do occur, but are of constant occurrence.
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Through a long series of financial trials, sorrows, afflictions by death and pressing cares, this family learned to depend on God for their daily prosperity; and the cures wrought in them, according to God's Word, are only a small portion of the remarkable answers to prayer with which their history is filled.
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REMARKABLE PRESERVATION FROM BRAIN DIFFICULTIES.
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REMARKABLE HEALING OF A CHILD.
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A clergyman writes that during the ministration of his labors at Battle Greek, Mich., there were several remarkable manifestations of divine power-especially in the case of a little girl, the daughter of a Mr. Smith, a child of about six years.
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It is a remarkable instance of the control of an overruling God, who alone knew that man's mind, and which alone could bring that text so often to his memory: "There was a young man in my native village-he was not a young man when I was talking to him-we were working on the farm together one day and he was weeping; I asked him what he was weeping about, and he told me a very strange story.
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What may seem more remarkable, the change between buggy and spring-wagon was made ten miles away, while I was praying.
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A Sea Captain relates to the editor of the _Christian_, a remarkable incident, whereby in one of his voyages his ship was unaccountably held still, and thereby saved from sailing directly into the midst of a terrible hurricane:-"We sailed from the Kennebec on the first of October, 1876.
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The Christian_ as true, and to a remarkable degree indicates how thoroughly God knows our minutest needs, and how effectively He makes those who ever reproach his name ashamed of their unbelief.
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Rev. Charles G. Finney, during his life-time, was familiar with the circumstances connected with the remarkable healing of a sick lady in Oberlin, O., the wife of Rev. R.D. Miller, and these facts were vouched for as unquestionably authentic.
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Examples of Remarkable

Example #1
It was a Spanish saddle, with ponderous 'tapidaros', and furnished with the ungainly sole-leather covering with the unspellable name.
Example #2
I said I had half a notion to bid.
Example #3
A number of young fellows had surrounded a boy and had unmercifully beaten him-he himself knew not wherefore.
Example #4
In the flush of an hour of excitement he had linked her destiny to his.
Example #5
Louise might commit follies, and be guilty of bad taste to any extent, but nothing in her savoured of depravity.
Example #6
At the theatre on Monday evening she exhibited a childlike enjoyment which her companions could not but envy.