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They’ve done it without Elena Delle Donne, Natasha Cloud, LaToya Sanders or Tina Charles, and that’s thanks in large part to Myisha Hines-Allen’s remarkable campaign.

He has a remarkable, well-documented power for taking issues that normally are apolitical, and splitting opinion on them along political lines.

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The fact that the dodecahedron has this hidden symmetry group is, I think, quite remarkable.

Which is to say, Walter Hutchins won a remarkable legal victory that was also remarkably limited.

Inspired by this remarkable skill, researchers in South Korea have developed a robotic tongue that springs forth quickly to snatch up nearby items.

The precision it took to craft such a cohesive, wholly compelling work over 12 years is nothing short of remarkable.

This initiative had the support of all 22 members of the Arab League, which in and of itself is remarkable.

This man has a remarkable ability, and remarkable independence because of it.

Over the years, this country has offered many of its immigrant groups a remarkable opportunity for reinvention.

In the course of her remarkable travels Thecla baptizes herself by diving into a pool of “man-eating seals.”

Nothing remarkable occurred in our march through this country.

Never was a change more remarkable than that which had come upon Mrs. Collingwood.

The remarkable thing was that all the hurrying people she met seemed also each of them to be on a secret and mystic errand.

Alford speaks of this as remarkable; but vision is the especial promise of Wisdom, therefore of Solomon, son of David.

But it was neither his talents as a diplomatist, nor his remarkable mind, nor his solid erudition, which made Nicot immortal.


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On this page you'll find 158 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to remarkable, such as: curious, exceptional, important, impressive, miraculous, and momentous.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.