Memorable [adjective]

Definition of Memorable:

noteworthy, significant

Opposite/Antonyms of Memorable:

Sentence/Example of Memorable:

This period, beginning with 1840, has been styled "a memorable decade" in the history of Parliament.

Who does not hear Hamlet speaking in this memorable last line?

It was a memorable day, as I have said, in that Tulp was given me for my own.

The year 1868 was a memorable one for Kendall in other ways.

No; my first memorable experience was true to what I knew her to be, and to all my experience.

The Chief Butler, erect and calm, replied in these memorable words.

So began the final hours of a 14th of July in Paris that must ever be memorable.

The trial of Chantegreil had remained a memorable case in the province.

On Monday, August 17, 1807, the memorable first voyage was begun.

On a memorable occasion in Turkey they had freed themselves in this manner.