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Notable

Antonyms for notable:

normal, unremarkable, nobody, common, obscure, ordinary, standard, inferior, unworthy, commonplace, unknown.

Synonyms for notable:

Sense 1

abnormal, curious, anomalous, alien, nabob, special, freakish, oddly, unaccustomed, unlikely, big-timer, unique, inimitable, unlike, individualistic, freak, odd, nonstandard, unusually, alternative, individual, unheard-of, different, reputable, bigwig, aberrant, muckamuck, untypical, big wheel, unconventional, conspicuous, unwonted, atypical, extreme, funny-looking, offbeat, unrepresentative, uniquely, exceptionally, prestigious, dignitary, much, elaborate, glorious, curiously, off-center.

Sense 2

emphatic, talent, someone, magnate, big shot, celebrity, material, somebody.

Sense 3

redoubtable, great, lion.

Sense 4

hero, personality.

Sense 5

eminence, personage.

Sense 7

name.

Sense 9

leader.

Sense 12

character.

considerable

pretty.

imposing

mighty.

observable

noticeable.

peculiar

distinctive.

personage

mogul.

striking

impressive.

very important person

vip.

Other synonyms and related words:

great, lion, unconventional, celebrity, eminence, hero, freak, historied, anomalous, extreme, unwonted, observable, unrepresentative, noted, noble, figure, mogul, nameable, character, nabob, noticeable, much, ostensible, someone, off-center, inimitable, guiding light, redoubtable, pretty, unique, worthy, mighty, big shot, conspicuous, curiously, signal, alternative, STANDOUT, curious, exceptionally, dignitary, somebody, odd, Mentionable, far-famed, aberrant, distinctive, leader, muckamuck, luminous, big-timer, Citable, unlikely, prestigious, star, vip, unusually, megastar, different, luminary, reputable, storied, magnate, talent, personality, notability, glorious, significant, celeb, superstar, abnormal, big wheel, individual, name, impressive, material, notoriety, nonstandard, known, special, freakish, bigwig, leading light, bright, personage.

especial (adjective)

unique.

exceptional (adjective)

marvelous, miraculous, exotic, exceptional, wonderful, outlandish, noteworthy, outstanding, fantastic, unheard-of, striking, superior, remarkable, fabulous, peculiar, phenomenal, sensational, unusual, excellent, novel, Wonderous, extraordinary, unprecedented.

important (adjective)

grave, eminent, noteworthy, earthshaking, high-powered, prominent, crucial, heavyweight, considerable, distinguished, pivotal, big-name, salient, critical, consequential, influential, momentous, world-shaking, important, big-wig, serious.

important; famous (adjective)

memorable, serious, striking, conspicuous, celebrated, preeminent, pronounced, great, observable, noticeable, outstanding, renowned, eminent, Famed, prominent, momentous, nameable, distinguished, extraordinary, unusual, well-known, noteworthy, notorious, remarkable, illustrious.

irregular (adjective)

exceptional.

meaningful (adjective)

significant.

reputable (adjective)

reputed, elevated, mythical, renowned, fabled, celebrated, esteemed, prominent, popular, pronounced, reputable, famous, illustrious, noteworthy, remarkable, preeminent, legendary, well-known, acclaimed, memorable, Famed, exalted, notorious, distinguished.

Sense 2 (noun)

big wheel, big-timer, eminence, leader, big shot, character, bigwig, personage, lion, vip, somebody, muckamuck, someone, dignitary, nabob.

Sense 3 (noun)

name, personality, hero, celebrity.

Sense 4 (noun)

redoubtable, great, prestigious.

dignitary (noun)

celebrity.

name (noun)

name.

notable (noun)

known, guiding light, noteworthy, noted, notability, worthy, leading light, Famed, illustrious, famous, luminary, celebrated, far-famed, renowned.

person who is famous, important (noun)

heavyweight, figure, worthy, eminence, lion, superstar, dignitary, leader, big wheel, vip, name, somebody, notability, celebrity, big shot, magnate, mogul, personality, luminary, star, personage.

someone (noun)

someone.

very important person (noun)

luminary, big shot, big wheel.

manifest (verb)

ostensible.

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