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Sentence count:221+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-13Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: notableinevitablylamentablyindisputablyaffablyreliablyprobablyadorablyMeaning: ['nəʊtəblɪ]  adv. to a notable extent. 
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(1) Some early doctors, notably Hippocrates, thought that diet was important.
(2) The newspapers are notably biased.
(3) Many students were absent, notably the monitor.
(4) Emigration has notably increased over the past five years.
(5) Notably absent from his statement was any hint of an apology.
(6) Old established friends are notably absent, so it's a good opportunity to make new contacts.
(7) The house had many drawbacks, most notably its location and price.
(8) They have begun attracting investors, most notably big Japanese financial houses.
(9) Van Jong's personal life was notably extravagant.
(10) As a printer Richardson was notably successful.
(11) He seems polite, and notably respectful of older women.
(12) The project has been notably successful.
(13) He was notably indecisive, especially in a crisis.
(14) It is only in certain subjects - notably mathematics, technical subjects and physics - that boys do better than girls.
(15) Indeed in the 1960s, other reasons for depopulation, notably settlement size, began to be examined.
(16) There have been a few hostile bids, most notably that by Paribas for a conglomerate, Navigation Mixte.
(17) His recollections are more generous, but notably concerned with the moral impression made on Gandhi(, rather than the reverse.
(18) To some - notably the three Oz editors - it bore an irresistible resemblance to a urinal.
(19) In some cases, notably personal injuries cases, rules of court have provided special machinery to assist a plaintiff.
(20) Andersen made no secret of infatuations with women, notably with the singer Jenny Lind.
(21) The east coast of Britain has notably less rainfall than the country's average.
(22) Some public trading activities, notably posts and telecommunications, have operated as parts of central government departments.
(23) There were violent clashes between police and pickets, notably at the Orgreave coking depot in Rotherham in the summer of 1984.
(24) The divorce would be granted when more important problems, notably the fate of the children, had been decided.
(25) It was a question of making sure certain needs were addressed, notably in the pensions area.
(26) This argument has been put forward by many politicians, most notably by the Prime Minister and the Foreign Secretary.
(27) Work is now proceeding within the United Nations to secure further action, most notably perhaps the oil embargo.
(28) However, in the face of increasing restraint on public expenditure, these have not been notably successful.
(29) Threats to parks come first of all from road building and secondly from increasing leisure development, notably golf courses.
(30) The education and social status of the minister had risen notably during the century while his income had not.
More similar words: notableinevitablylamentablyindisputablyaffablyreliablyprobablyadorablynoticeablyimprobablyinexorablyreasonablypresumablyinvariablytableirrevocablyirreparablystableinextricablyinterminablyconsiderablytableaumutableeatabletabloidvegetablesuitableportabletimetablepalatable
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