|remarquable englanniksi||remarkable fr, noticeable fr, notable fr, quaint fr, eminent fr, conspicuous fr|
*: [Owner]: No no hes not dead, hes, hes restin! Remarkable bird, the Norwegian Blue, idnit, ay? Beautiful plumage!
*: [Mr. Praline]: The plumage dont enter into it. Its stone dead.
: "Tis remarkable, that they talk most who have the least to say." -Prior.
*: The dismissal of a player who left Arsenal for Manchester City before joining Tottenham gave the home players and fans a noticeable lift.
*: Your honourable Uncle Sir Robert Mansel, who is now in the Mediterranean, hath been very notable to me, and I shall ever acknowledge a good part of my Education from him.
*: Hester looked busy and notable with her gown pinned up behind her, and her hair all tucked away under a clean linen cap; [...]
*: [...] how sayest thou, that my master is become a notable lover?
*: A notable lubber, as thou reportest him to be.
*: But you, my Lord, were glad to be imployd, / To shew how queint an Orator you are.
*: describe races and games, / Or tilting furniture, imblazond shields, / Impresses quaint, caparisons and steeds, / Bases and tinsel trappings [...].
*: Till that there entered on the other side / A straunger knight, from whence no man could reed, / In quyent disguise, full hard to be descride […].
*: Lord Gifford, deep beneath the ground, / Heard Alexanders bugle sound, / And tarried not his garb to change, / But, in his wizard habit strange, / Came forth,—a quaint and fearful sight!
*: What none would dispute though many smiled over was the good-humored, necessary, yet quaint omission of the writers name from the whole consideration.
*: She, nothing quaint / Nor sdeignfull of so homely fashion, / Sith brought she was now to so hard constraint, / Sate downe upon the dusty ground anon [...].
*: I admire all that quaint, old-fashioned politeness; it is much more to my taste than modern ease; modern ease often disgusts me.
*: The rock is a haven for rare wildlife, a landscape where pretty hedgerows and quaint villages are bordered by a breathtaking, craggy coastline.
: His eminent good sense has been a godsend to this project.
: In later years, the professor became known as an eminent historian.
: He was conspicuous by his absence.
*: For his height he had a small face. The combination made him conspicuous.
: He had a conspicuous lump on his forehead.