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Notable vs. Noteworthy — What's the Difference?

Notable vs. Noteworthy — What's the Difference?

Difference Between Notable and Noteworthy

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Notable

Worthy of attention or notice; remarkable
The gardens are notable for their collection of magnolias and camellias
The results, with one notable exception, have been superb

Noteworthy

Deserving notice or attention; notable; remarkable
A noteworthy advance in cancer research.

Notable

A famous or important person
Businessmen and local notables

Noteworthy

Deserving attention; notable; worthy of notice.

Notable

Worthy of note or notice; remarkable
Notable beauty.
Sled dogs that are notable for their stamina.
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Noteworthy

A noteworthy person.

Notable

Characterized by excellence or distinction; eminent
Formed a commission of notable citizens.

Noteworthy

Worthy of observation or notice; remarkable.

Notable

Perceptible; noticeable
They spoke with a notable accent and were immediately recognized as foreigners.

Noteworthy

Worthy of notice;
A noteworthy advance in cancer research

Notable

A person of distinction or great reputation.

Noteworthy

Worthy of notice;
A noteworthy fact is that her students rarely complain
A remarkable achievement

Notable

Often Notable One of a council of prominent persons in pre-Revolutionary France called into assembly to deliberate at times of emergency.

Notable

Worthy of note; remarkable; memorable; noted or distinguished.

Notable

Easily noted (without connotations of value); clearly noticeable, conspicuous.

Notable

That can be observed; perceptible.

Notable

Industrious, energetic; specifically (usually of a woman) capable, efficient in household management.

Notable

(obsolete) Useful; profitable.

Notable

A person or thing of distinction.

Notable

Capable of being noted; noticeable; plain; evident.

Notable

Worthy of notice; remarkable; memorable; noted or distinguished; as, a notable event, person.

Notable

Well-known; notorious.

Notable

A person, or thing, of distinction.

Notable

One of a number of persons, before the revolution of 1789, chiefly of the higher orders, appointed by the king to constitute a representative body.

Notable

A celebrity who is an inspiration to others;
He was host to a large gathering of luminaries

Notable

Worthy of notice;
A noteworthy advance in cancer research

Notable

Widely known and esteemed;
A famous actor
A celebrated musician
A famed scientist
An illustrious judge
A notable historian
A renowned painter

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