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 Greens neighborhood offers Brookfield Residential’s Plaza portfolio, aptly named for the famed Country Club Plaza.
That's why the Bank of England turned to an unusual source to figure out how to make its financial reports more comprehensible to the average reader: the works of famed children's author and illustrator Dr. Seuss.
At the famed and former J.L. Hudson stores in and around the area, the Maurice Salad was a classic.
Danish officials on Tuesday hosed down Copenhagen's famed Little Mermaid after the statue was found doused with red paint.
The schools carried names such as famed World War II journalist Ernie Pyle and scientist and inventor George Washington Carver.
The famed Nepenthe’s Restaurant in Big Sur at 48510 Highway 1 is open to locals only — and guests who fly in to stay at the Post Ranch Inn.
Gal Gadot looks to get Warner Bros and DC Comics' movie universe back on track with this stand-alone saga about the famed Amazon warrior, which will detail both her childhood origins and subsequent battle alongside Allied forces during WWI.
At the World’s Fair, Erickson befriended famed horticulturist Luther Burbank, whose inventions included the crimson Phenomenal berry, a blackberry-raspberry cross similar to a loganberry.
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FAMED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of famed for English Language Learners
: known and usually liked by many people
FAMED Defined for Kids
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