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Difference between 'Memorable' and 'Memorial'

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Memorable means worth remembering.

Memorial means statue,festival.

Sample Usage

1. The battle of Hastings is a memorable incident in English history.
2. A memorable event.

1. There are many relics in the old church which act as memorials of the dead.
2. A memorial to Sir Winston Churchill.
3. A war memorial.

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