commemorable

commemorable

(kəˈmɛmərəbəl)
adj
worthy of being commemorated
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In between the main course snacks and Indian Chai was served to all the coordinators, guests, volunteers and community members so that the participants were charged up the whole day to make it very commemorable and successful event.
It does seem a shame, though, if genuinely admirable and commemorable individual achievements get overlooked in the process.
So it is more than meaningful to record these changes by sending him commemorable photo collages or Father's Day cards created with Picture Collage Maker from his digital photos.
NASA officials said the delay of Endeavour launch is disappointing for the thousands of spectators that rushed to the Florida coast to see the commemorable liftoff and it will carry a large price tag.
Johann Carolus (1575-1634) was the publisher of the first newspaper, called Relation aller Furnemmen und gedenckwurdigen Historien (Collection of all distinguished and commemorable news).
(68) Stonewall certainly met those criteria and, while it was not the first commemorable event:
The commemorable timespan of teenage relationships seems to get shorter and shorter; a "one-month anniversary" can be an epochal event, the stuff of Abelard and Heloise.
The memory of Nazi persecution, for patriots and Cold War activists alike, required the opposite profile to be worthy of commemoration (commemorable).