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Notable vs Well-known - What's the difference?

notable | well-known | Related terms |

Notable is a related term of well-known.


As adjectives the difference between notable and well-known

is that notable is (obsolete) useful; profitable or notable can be worthy of notice; remarkable; memorable; noted or distinguished while well-known is familiar, famous, renowned or widely known.

As a noun notable

is a person or thing of distinction.

Markable vs Notable - What's the difference?

markable | notable |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between markable and notable

is that markable is (obsolete) remarkable while notable is (obsolete) useful; profitable.

As adjectives the difference between markable and notable

is that markable is capable of being marked while notable is (obsolete) useful; profitable or notable can be worthy of notice; remarkable; memorable; noted or distinguished.

As a noun notable is

a person or thing of distinction.

Notable vs Fame - What's the difference?

notable | fame |


As adjectives the difference between notable and fame

is that notable is (obsolete) useful; profitable or notable can be worthy of notice; remarkable; memorable; noted or distinguished while fame is (in combination ) having a specified reputation.

As a noun notable

is a person or thing of distinction.

Notable vs Cannot - What's the difference?

notable | cannot |


As nouns the difference between notable and cannot

is that notable is a person or thing of distinction while cannot is something that cannot be done.

As an adjective notable

is (obsolete) useful; profitable or notable can be worthy of notice; remarkable; memorable; noted or distinguished.

As a verb cannot is

not (am/is/are unable to).

Essential vs Notable - What's the difference?

essential | notable | Related terms |

Essential is a related term of notable.


As adjectives the difference between essential and notable

is that essential is necessary while notable is (obsolete) useful; profitable or notable can be worthy of notice; remarkable; memorable; noted or distinguished.

As nouns the difference between essential and notable

is that essential is a necessary ingredient while notable is a person or thing of distinction.

Notable vs Striking - What's the difference?

notable | striking |


As adjectives the difference between notable and striking

is that notable is (obsolete) useful; profitable or notable can be worthy of notice; remarkable; memorable; noted or distinguished while striking is making a strong impression.

As nouns the difference between notable and striking

is that notable is a person or thing of distinction while striking is the act by which something strikes or is struck.

As a verb striking is

.

Inable vs Notable - What's the difference?

inable | notable |


As adjectives the difference between inable and notable

is that inable is unable, not able while notable is (obsolete) useful; profitable or notable can be worthy of notice; remarkable; memorable; noted or distinguished.

As a verb inable

is to enable.

As a noun notable is

a person or thing of distinction.

Notes vs Notable - What's the difference?

notes | notable |


As a verb notes

is .

As an adjective notable is

(obsolete) useful; profitable or notable can be worthy of notice; remarkable; memorable; noted or distinguished.

As a noun notable is

a person or thing of distinction.

Notable vs Obvious - What's the difference?

notable | obvious |


As adjectives the difference between notable and obvious

is that notable is (obsolete) useful; profitable or notable can be worthy of notice; remarkable; memorable; noted or distinguished while obvious is easily discovered, seen, or understood; self-explanatory.

As a noun notable

is a person or thing of distinction.

Notable vs Elite - What's the difference?

notable | elite |


As nouns the difference between notable and elite

is that notable is a person or thing of distinction while elite is elite.

As an adjective notable

is (obsolete) useful; profitable or notable can be worthy of notice; remarkable; memorable; noted or distinguished.

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