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Memorable, 1) kept in memory, remembered: “witness our too much m. shame when Cressy battle fatally was struck,” H5 II, 4, 53.
2) tending to preserve the remembrance of something, commemorative: “he sends you this most m. line, in every branch truly demonstrative,” H5 II, 4, 88. “I wear it for a m. honour,” IV, 7, 109. “worn as a m. trophy of predeceased valour,” V, 1, 76.
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