memorable

[ mem-er-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF memorable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MEMORABLE

This period, beginning with 1840, has been styled "a memorable decade" in the history of Parliament.

Who does not hear Hamlet speaking in this memorable last line?

It was a memorable day, as I have said, in that Tulp was given me for my own.

The year 1868 was a memorable one for Kendall in other ways.

No; my first memorable experience was true to what I knew her to be, and to all my experience.

The Chief Butler, erect and calm, replied in these memorable words.

So began the final hours of a 14th of July in Paris that must ever be memorable.

The trial of Chantegreil had remained a memorable case in the province.

On Monday, August 17, 1807, the memorable first voyage was begun.

On a memorable occasion in Turkey they had freed themselves in this manner.

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