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Date: 1400-1500
Language: Latin
Origin: memorabilis, from memorare 'to remind, mention', from memor; MEMORY

memorable

adjective
     
mem‧o‧ra‧ble
very good, enjoyable, or unusual, and worth remembering:
We want to make this a truly memorable day for the children.
memorably adverb

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