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  • adj. Worthy of note or mark.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Worthy of mark or observation; deserving of notice; noteworthy.


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From mark +‎ -worthy.


  • In the case of another the incident was more markworthy.

    IV. In Cowboy Land

  • The leader of this train is a markworthy young dog – steady, observant, wise.

    Janey Canuck in the West

  • The portion relating how the birds are coursed with greyhounds is especially markworthy; it reminds one of the method of killing the great bustard with gaze-hounds, as described in English sporting books of two centuries back.

    III. The Grouse of the Northern Cattle Plains

  • Characteristic saints support the composition on each side, the nude S. S.bastian being a markworthy study; an angel at his side presents the palm of martyrdom.

    Fra Bartolommeo


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