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from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. The quality or state of being noteworthy.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The state or fact of being noteworthy.


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  • Some may rightfully complain, for instance, that this emphasis on racial "firsts" risks reinforcing the notion of history as a series of "great men," individuals who just appear on the scene, sui generis, their noteworthiness sometimes unintentionally erasing the names and contributions of all those before who made their "first" possible.

    Michele Elam: Why Black Firsts Matter

  • But the cast's noteworthiness aside, it is the production - directed by Chas Rader-Shieber, designed by David Zinn - that grabbed attention, along with Christopher Akerlind's moody side-lighting, and was so much fun to watch.

    Donna Perlmutter: Opera Review: Domingo Sings One More for the Road

  • “Who of noteworthiness travels with the advance group?”


  • This is a story noteworthy only for its noteworthiness — that is, for the fact that this sort of arrangement is considered innovative and not Standard Operating Procedure for the record labels.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » More from the Copyright Wars:

  • Whilst a RT is generally seen as highlighting the noteworthiness of someone's content, it can also be used to attribute content to a person who never twittered it.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • I cannot but admire the self-confidence of these self-appointed arbiters of good taste, objectivity and noteworthiness.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • But Wade's possible absence diminishes the noteworthiness of those numbers. - Detroit drills Miami to force Game 7 in East finals

  • In other new link noteworthiness, I'm particularly delighted with the wonders of Joystiq, a conglomoblog about video games and all which pertains thereunto.

    Cheap Thoughts, by Jack Handy

  • "His election as chairman of the Commonwealth added to his noteworthiness as an individual as well as the evident support for his African Renaissance campaign."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • What he finds on these islands now is of variable interest or noteworthiness (the native culture corrupted; Japanese tourists and/or businessmen) until he reaches Saipan, where Allied forces first encountered Japanese civilians; at the island's fall, all 18,000 hurled themselves off two cliffs… and their bodies are still being recovered and cremated, so the ashes can be returned to Japan.

    Short Reviews


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