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Positive ConnotationPlay
Memorable usually implies a happy or significant event, not just anything easily remembered. SlideThe championship game was memorable for the thrilling victory.
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Subjective QualityPlay
What's memorable can vary from person to person based on their own experiences. SlideFor her, the most memorable part of the trip was the food.
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Emotional ImpactPlay
Events are often memorable because they elicit strong feelings or emotions. SlideHis heartwarming speech made the graduation memorable.