memorably memorably  /ˈmɛ mə rəb li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in a memorable manner

Usage(s):

  1. A huge cross-genre hit that opens with a giant beat and builds to a memorably weird hook sung by a guy who's not a singer.
  2. Perhaps it's that Helms, a 26-year Senate veteran, repeatedly clashed with Moseley-Braun during her term, most memorably over the use of the Confederate flag.
  3. Backstage dealings have apparently denied the series a fourth season--an epilogue has been promised--but it rode into the sunset memorably.

News

  1. Joss Whedon Suggests Loki Is Not in ‘The Avengers 2?

    Loki memorably made his debut in Thor and then even more memorably provided the Hulk with some Asgardian rag-doll action in Joss Whedon‘s The Avengers. And we know the character has a significant role in Thor: The Dark World, which hits this fall. But if you’re expecting Loki to reprise his villainous role in The [...]
    on June 17, 2013     Source: /Film

  2. Sandra Bullock in Talks for Jay-Z and Will Smith’s ‘Annie’ Remake

    *Sandra Bullock is in early talks to join Jamie Foxx and Quvenzhane Wallis in “Annie,” the update of the classic comic strip-turned-musical that Sony is making with producers Will Smith and Jay-Z. Bullock would play Miss Hannigan, the mean lady who runs the orphanage inhabited by Annie (Wallis) and her friends. Carol Burnett memorably played [...]
    on June 13, 2013     Source: EURweb

Quotes

  1. "Lots of people have flubbed the oath, perhaps most memorably Chief Justice (William Howard) Taft, who sort of riffled and then made up his own" upon swearing in then-president Herbert Hoover, said Rosen.
    on Jan 21, 2009 By: Herbert Hoover Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  2. Quinn told The Times: "Our players need to know what Sunderland means. As Roy (Keane) said so memorably, some may rather be in London, shopping with the wife, but others choose to come here and lift the place. We can't force players to buy into that...
    on Oct 15, 2007 By: Niall Quinn Source: SkySports

  3. In an interview with CNN while promoting the book, Ms. Redgrave said, "I thought I was living very fully before this happened. . . . I didn't see things as brightly or as sharply or as memorably as I do now. . . . It's a big price to pay, isn't it -...
    on May 4, 2010 By: Lynn Redgrave Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

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