Examples of fabled in a Sentence
She served us some of her fabled cherry pie.
the fabled unicorn continues to be a symbol of elusive and magical beauty
Recent Examples of fabled from the Web
Meanwhile Mott, who started out in Hollywood working in the fabled William Morris Agency mailroom, nimbly choreographs all the updating, resulting in a breezy, cute-and-clever confection that’s tailor-made for a sultry midsummer’s night.
According to Andrew Lawler at Smithsonian, researchers often ignored the fabled city founded by Alexander the Great and ruled over by his close advisor Ptolemy and his descendants after its namesake’s death.
Five casinos –– including the once fabled Trump Taj Mahal and a multi-billion-dollar flop called Revel that lasted just over two years –– shut down, leaving seven remaining.
No, that’s a story as old as the city’s fabled fishing fleet.
Scientists are set to take a fresh approach in the hunt for the fabled Loch Ness monster.
Johnson joined Berger, Finau and defending champion Brooks Koepka (72) at 3-over 213, the highest 54-hole score to lead the US Open since the fabled ‘‘Massacre at Winged Foot’’ in 1974.
Francesca Cavallo and Elena Favilli, the creators of Rebel Girls, have recently recruited famous feminists from the modern day to retell these fabled stories on a new podcast that shares the name of their books.
Arizona State: The Sun Devils struggled against zone defenses during conference play and were facing one of the most fabled in the country.
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FABLED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fabled for English Language Learners
: told about in old stories
: widely known
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