- I(Roget's IV) modif.Syn. reputably, prominently, distinctly; see very .II(Roget's Thesaurus II) adverb To a high degree: awfully, dreadfully, eminently, exceedingly, exceptionally, extra, extremely, greatly, highly, most, very. Informal: awful. Chiefly Regional: mighty. See BIG.
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Notably — Not a*bly, adv. In a notable manner. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
notably — index particularly Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
notably — [adv] especially conspicuously, distinctly, exceedingly, exceptionally, extremely, greatly, highly, hugely, markedly, noticeably, outstandingly, particularly, prominently, remarkably, reputably, signally, strikingly, uncommonly, very; concept 569 … New thesaurus
notably — ► ADVERB 1) in particular. 2) in a notable way … English terms dictionary
notably — [[t]no͟ʊtəbli[/t]] 1) ADV GRADED: ADV group/cl You use notably to specify an important or typical example of something that you are talking about. The divorce would be granted when more important problems, notably the fate of the children, had… … English dictionary
notably — no|ta|bly [ noutəbli ] adverb FORMAL ** 1. ) especially: A few issues remain, notably the question of whether the companies should be nationalized. most notably: Some subjects are very popular, most notably the sciences. 2. ) in a way that is… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
notably */*/ — UK [ˈnəʊtəblɪ] / US [ˈnoʊtəblɪ] adverb formal 1) especially: used for introducing a good example of something A few issues remain, notably the question of whether the companies should be nationalized. most notably: Some subjects are very popular … English dictionary
notably — no|ta|bly W3 [ˈnəutəbli] adv 1.) used to say that a person or thing is a typical example or the most important example of something = ↑especially, in particular ↑in particular ▪ Some early doctors, notably Hippocrates, thought that diet was… … Dictionary of contemporary English
notably — adverb Date: 14th century 1. in a notable manner ; to a high degree < was notably impressed > 2. especially, particularly < other powers, notably Britain and the United States C. A. Fisher > … New Collegiate Dictionary
notably — adverb 1 particularly; especially: Some early doctors, notably Hippocrates, thought that diet and hygiene were important. 2 in a way that is noticeably different, important, or unusual: Emigration has notably increased … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
notably — adverb 1) other countries, notably the USA Syn: in particular, particularly, especially, primarily, principally 2) these are notably short lived birds Syn: remarkably, especially, exceptionally, singularly, particu … Synonyms and antonyms dictionary