Illustrious vs Remarkable - What's the difference?

illustrious | remarkable |


As adjectives the difference between illustrious and remarkable

is that illustrious is dignified while remarkable is worthy of being remarked or noticed; noticeable; conspicuous; hence, uncommon; extraordinary.

illustrious

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • dignified
  • remarkable

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Worthy of being remarked or noticed; noticeable; conspicuous; hence, uncommon; extraordinary.
  • * 1969 , )
  • [Owner]: No no he's not dead, he's, he's restin'! Remarkable bird, the Norwegian Blue, idn'it, ay? Beautiful plumage!
    [Mr. Praline]: The plumage don't enter into it. It's stone dead.
    "'Tis remarkable , that they talk most who have the least to say." -Prior.
  • *{{quote-news
  • , year=2012 , date=May 9 , author=John Percy , title=Birmingham City 2 Blackpool 2 (2-3 on agg): match report , work=the Telegraph citation , page= , passage=With such constant off-field turmoil Hughton’s work has been remarkable and this may have been his last game in charge. West Bromwich Albion, searching for a replacement for Roy Hodgson, are firm admirers.}}

    Synonyms

    * eminent * extraordinary * notable * noticeable * observable * outstanding * rare * strange * unusual * wonderful

    Antonyms

    * unremarkable

    Derived terms

    * remarkableness * remarkably