Definition of famed
: known widely and well : famous
Examples of famed in a Sentence
a bowl of the restaurant's famed chili
San Francisco's famed Golden Gate Bridge.
Recent Examples of famed from the Web
The owners of Voltaire, an upscale restaurant and bar on Genessee, also are working to spruce up and reopen the famed Golden Ox steakhouse in the Livestock Exchange Building.
Discovered in the 1980s by famed prospectors Chuck Fipke and Stewart Blusson, the deposit sparked a diamond rush that transformed the region.
Most describe the creature, called Normie, as looking like the famed Loch Ness monster that allegedly inhabits Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands.
The 24-year-old Avila of the famed Cesar Gracie Fight Team makes his debut in La Jaula following a pair of hard-fought decisions under the UFC.
While Letizia chose a pale yellow dress and matching hat, Queen Elizabeth wore one of her famed coats, this time in a bold purple hue with a floral dress underneath.
The San Diego Botanic Garden will host its annual Insect Festival July 22-23, featuring thousands of creepy crawlies including live lizards, snakes and the famed Madagascar hissing cockroaches.
Pliny the Elder, the famed Roman author, historian, and philosopher, once wrote an ode to concrete.
Though the park is spread across 1,169 square miles (or 748,436 acres, of which 94.4 percent is designated wilderness), most visitors cram into compact Yosemite Valley to gawk at its famed 8-mile corridor of nonstop scenic marvels.
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Definition of famed for English Language Learners
: known and usually liked by many people
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