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
Saratoga Springs is famed for thoroughbred racing and home to the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame.
Frankenmuth, the Saginaw County town famed for its Bavarian theme and one of Michigan's most popular tourist destinations, is adding a Taco Bell.
Imogene’s, famed for its pies, was not yet open; nor was Mary Kay’s, with its $7.99 buffet; or Watts ’n’ Watts, beloved for its barbecue.
Silicon Valley is famed for its day-care center style offices with slides, ping-pong tables and cereal dispensers—but those can mask a grinding culture where 100-hour weeks are the norm.
Boyer was succeeded by chemist JoAnne Stubbe, famed for her work on certain genetic enzymes that are essentially in virtually all forms of life.
According to Ted Loos of the New York Times, 400 works by the famed pop artist will be bestowed to the Whitney Museum in New York City.
Henry Moore: Spirit and Essence, Line and Form Approximately two dozen works on paper by the famed British artist and sculptor.
Eventually the two each went solo, and Pusha signed with GOOD Music, a notable record label founded by Kanye West in 2004 and boasting a litany of famed artists from Common to Big Sean to Kid Cudi.
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Definition of famed for English Language Learners
: known and usually liked by many people
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