I adjective above par, amazing, anomalous, astonishing, astounding, atypical, bizarre, breathtaking, celebrated, choice, commanding, considerable, conspicuous, curious, different, distinctive, distinguished, egregious, eminent, especial, excellent, exceptional, extraordinary, extreme, famous, fantastic, foremost, idiosyncratic, illustrious, important, impressive, incredible, individual, individualistic, infrequent, leading, main, marked, material, memorable, momentous, monumental, newsworthy, notable, noticeable, novel, odd, original, out of the ordinary, outstanding, paramount, peculiar, peerless, pertinent, phenomenal, preeminent, principal, prodigious, prominent, queer, rare, remarkable, renowned, salient, signal, significant, singular, special, standing out, stirring, strange, surprising, telling, uncommon, uncustomary, unequaled, unfamiliar, unforgettable, unheard of, unimitated, unique, unparalleled, unprecedented, unusual, wonderful, wondrous, worthy of notice, worthy of remark II index certain (specific), considerable, distinctive, extraordinary, famous, important (significant), influential, major, momentous, notable, outstanding (prominent), particular (specific), peculiar (distinctive), portentous (eliciting amazement), prodigious (amazing), rare, remarkable, renowned, special, stellar, uncanny, uncommon, unusual

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