Which preposition to use with notable

for Occurrences 64%

"Illustrious banditti," said she, "the auriferous contents of my reticulated depository are notable for minuteness.

of Occurrences 44%

Surely no prodigal, but most notable of housekeepers!

In Occurrences 31%

These men were helped somewhat by the showing of their team, but the case of Gandil would have been notable In any company.

as Occurrences 15%

DEMOCRACY IN THE WORLD Equally notable as forming part of this unceasing march of Democracy was the progress of both Socialism and Woman Suffrage.

among Occurrences 12%

Notable among them is chemistry.

at Occurrences 6%

What made these writings, however, so notable at the time, and so memorable since, was that sincerity and deep religious feeling of the writer which we have already alluded to.

than Occurrences 6%

The thought strung me up to a mood where delight was more notable than care.

by Occurrences 4%

All the processions proved notable by reason of the spoils from this land,so many had been gathered that they sufficed for all the occasions,but this Egyptian celebration was especially costly and magnificent.

throughout Occurrences 2%

This had been notable throughout the war.

amongst Occurrences 2%

Many such stories I find in several [4680]authors to confirm this which I have said; as that more notable amongst the rest, of Philinium and Machates in Phlegon's Tract, de rebus mirabilibus, and though many be against it, yet I, for my part, will subscribe to Lactantius, lib. 14.

on Occurrences 2%

But there was really no need of haste; for the lines of notables on Shirley's walls stand there from generation to generation, yet receiving always with such dignity and courtesy as permit not the slightest sign of weariness or expression of being bored.

to Occurrences 2%

Nine years before this statute is the Assize of Bread and Beer, attempting to fix the price of bread according to the cost of wheat, but notable to us as containing both the first pure-food statute and the first statute against "forestalling.

with Occurrences 1%

The few words he pronounced about asking God to bless the assembled notables with wisdom, in order that they might reach a right decision, would have been perfectly in place in the Capitol at Washington, or anywhere else where men foregather to decide on peace or war.

en Occurrences 1%

] Cambiaron los tiempos; pero, puestas ya en relieve las altas dotes de nuestro D. Manuel Eduardo, siguió desempeñando a intervalos papel notable en la administración pública, ya como consejero, ya como ministro de Relaciones o de Hacienda, cuyas secretarías tuvo diversas veces a su cargo; ya, en fin, como plenipotenciario en el arreglo de las cuestiones que en 1838 provocaron la guerra con Francia.

from Occurrences 1%

There is a mystical strain in other writings of this time, the most notable from the point of view of literature being in the fourteenth-century alliterative poem of Piers the Plowman.

like Occurrences 1%

This is a roundabout way of saying that nature, human beings and human society are part and parcel of a total relationship which includes the planet earth, the solar system and an immense range of celestia which includes minute particles of celestial dust, like our earth, and majestic assemblies of celestial notables like the Island Universe of which we are unnumbered and barely noticed particles.

under Occurrences 1%

You shall be presented to the council of notables under my auspices.

about Occurrences 1%

What in the world could this pretended merchant of coffee have to write to all these great notables about?

Which preposition to use with  notable