Definition of notably in English:

notably

Syllabification: no·ta·bly
Pronunciation: /ˈnōtəblē
 
/

adverb

1Especially; in particular: a diet low in animal fat protects against potentially fatal diseases, notably diabetes
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  • Haydock does host Flat racing, most notably the Group One Sprint Cup, but it is primarily known as a jumps course.
  • England are rather specialising in bad vibes, most notably against Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka, of all teams.
  • Orders are notably high from the Northeast, where the drought is particularly severe.
Synonyms
remarkably, especially, specially, very, extremely, exceptionally, singularly, particularly, peculiarly, distinctly, significantly, unusually, extraordinarily, strikingly, uncommonly, incredibly, really, decidedly, surprisingly, conspicuously; in particular, primarily, principally
1.1In a way that is striking or remarkable: [as submodifier]: such a statement is notably absent from the administration’s proposals
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  • However, notably absent were the current world champions.
  • What is notably absent is any of Laing's more recent figurative sculpture.
  • There is an obsession with details among all the best managers that is notably absent in McCarthy.

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