Worth being remembered or noted; remarkable: "memoirs of people who never had a memorable thought” ( George F. Will). (adjective)
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Use "memorable" in a sentence
"And the term "memorable" is a hair-splitting adjective."
""But the thing that makes the word memorable is that there's an emotional note in it," Glass says."
"Annie tortures the writer Paul Sheldon in memorable, horrible ways, but she herself is tortured by the enemy within."