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anecdote a brief account of a notable or humorous incident.
art nouveau (sometimes cap.) a style of art in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, notable for motifs taken from nature and expressed with curved lines.
eminent conspicuous; notable. [1/3 definitions]
epoch a distinct or notable period in human history. [1/3 definitions]
eve the period just before some notable event or time. [1/3 definitions]
festival a day or more of celebration to commemorate a notable occasion, such as a religious holiday. [1/4 definitions]
important being notable; noteworthy. [1/4 definitions]
loose-jointed moving with notable ease, agility, and flexibility; limber. [1/2 definitions]
memorable worth remembering; notable. [1/2 definitions]
much a notable or important thing or person. [1/5 definitions]
nondescript having no individual distinctiveness; lacking in notable features. [1/2 definitions]
noteworthy deserving notice; remarkable; notable.
nothing doing no notable activity. [1/2 definitions]
palm2 a frond of such a plant, or a representation of a frond, often used to symbolize a victory or other notable achievement. [1/3 definitions]
peacock a male peafowl, notable for its long colorful tail, which it can raise and spread like a fan. [1/3 definitions]
profile a brief or partial biography that describes only the most notable or most important facts. [1/5 definitions]
remarkable exceptional or unusual; notable. [1/2 definitions]
sex symbol a notable person, often in films, television, or the like, who is considered to represent sexual desirability.
signal remarkable; notable. [1/8 definitions]
special singular and notable, as an occasion. [1/9 definitions]
Victorian an artist, writer, or other notable person who flourished during the Victorian period, or who typifies its values, styles, or the like. [1/4 definitions]