How do you spell noteable?

How do you spell noteable?

Correct spelling for NOTEABLE

  1. doable.
  2. netball.
  3. nobble.
  4. noble.
  5. notable.
  6. notably.
  7. noticeable.
  8. noticeably.

What is the meaning of notable?

1a : worthy of note : remarkable a notable improvement. b : distinguished, prominent a notable author. 2 archaic : efficient or capable in performance of housewifely duties.

What does Notable mean in a sentence?

adjective. worthy of note or notice; noteworthy: a notable success; a notable theory. prominent, important, or distinguished: many notable artists.

How do you use notable?

Notable in a Sentence ?

  1. When the speaker used a notable quote in her speech, everyone in the audience knew who she was referring to since they had heard that quote before.
  2. Benjamin Franklin’s most notable invention is probably the lightning rod since most people know the story behind this invention.

What does consequential mean?

1 : of the nature of a secondary result : indirect insurance against consequential loss. 2 : consequent oversupply and the consequential plummeting prices. 3 : having significant consequences : important a grave and consequential event consequential decisions. 4 : self-important.

What is notable work?

notable scientific, artistic or literary work, or other work of significance among subject’s works.

What makes a person notable?

A person is presumed to be notable if they have received significant coverage in reliable secondary sources that are independent of the subject. Notability criteria may need to be met for a person to be included in a stand-alone list.

How famous do you have to be to get a Wikipedia page?

One does not have to be generally famous in order to have a Wikipedia page, one has to be Notable. That also means significant.

What is a notable fact?

Someone or something that is notable is important or interesting.

What does strikingly mean?

/ˈstraɪ.kɪŋ.li/ in a way that is very unusual or easily noticed, and therefore attracts a lot of attention: Her latest novel is strikingly different from her earlier work. They gave a strikingly original performance of the play. Her husband is strikingly handsome.

What does crucially mean?

involving an extremely important decision or result; decisive; critical: a crucial experiment. severe; trying. of the form of a cross; cross-shaped.

What kind of word is crucially?

adjective. involving an extremely important decision or result; decisive; critical: a crucial experiment. severe; trying.

What does imperatively mean?

adjective. absolutely necessary or required; unavoidable: It is imperative that we leave. of the nature of or expressing a command; commanding. Grammar. noting or pertaining to the mood of the verb used in commands, requests, etc., as in Listen!

What is the definition of seriously?

1 : in a sincere manner : earnestly speaking seriously. 2 : to a serious extent : severely, extremely seriously injured.

Where do we use Seriously?

You use seriously to indicate that you are not joking and that you really mean what you say. But seriously, we’ve had really positive feedback from all sorts of people. You say ‘seriously’ when you are surprised by what someone has said, as a way of asking them if they really mean it.

What type of word is seriously?

adverb – Word

What type of verb is serious?

I explained that “act” is an action verb, but “serious” was used as an adverb of manner, an abbreviated way of saying this: Act (like you are) serious. Act (as if you were) serious. Action (dynamic) verbs are used with adverbs.

What is the noun of seriously?

seriosity. The quality or state of being serious.

What is the verb of intelligent?

intellectualize. To treat in an intellectual manner; to discuss or express intellectually. To endow with intellect; to bestow intellectual qualities upon; to cause to become intellectual.

What kind of part of speech is seriously?


What type of word is lack?

‘Lack’ is both a verb and a noun. For example, using ‘lack’ as a verb you can say ‘Someone lacks something. ‘, and as a noun ‘There is a lack of something.

What is another way to say lack of?

What is another word for lack?

deficiency shortage
retrenchment poverty
drought failure
famine lacuna
absence need

What can I use instead of lack of?


  • absence.
  • dearth.
  • inadequacy.
  • loss.
  • paucity.
  • poverty.
  • reduction.
  • shortfall.