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All that went on they had their share in, and a kind of acquaintance with every notability.

Mary has infected me with her notability, and I'm going to work mamma a footstool.

He recognized, in those lines of opposing counsel, an array of notability.

But when one marks its date, its notability is enhanced impressively.

He came of good family of county rank, and his personal character raised him to the eminence of a notability in Staffordshire.

Mrs. Maldon had risen to welcome him with the punctilious warmth due to an old gentleman, a trustee, and a notability.

In time he may have the "ear-marks" of notability but, as Lincoln said: "You can't fool all of the people all of the time."

The other women, too, were worshipers of notability, and Rose knew she had raised a wave of admiration.

He was a notability of those parts in those days, and he was known as the Dudley Devil.

He was an eighteenth century notability, a native of Horsforth, near Leeds, and born in 1734.

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., from Old French notabilite, from Medieval Latin *notabilitatem (nominative *notabilitas), from Latin notabilis (see notable).

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