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
China recently established its first overseas military base in the Horn of Africa nation of Djibouti and Chinese companies have been scooping up overseas assets such as New York’s famed Waldorf Astoria hotel.
Emergency workers, taxis drivers, police and ordinary citizens who helped immediately after the attack on Aug. 17 in the city's famed Las Ramblas boulevard led the march.
Beathard, the Dolphins’ director of player personnel on the famed 1972 team, was named a finalist Friday by the Hall’s contributors committee.
Famed broadcaster Paul Harvey couldn’t contain his disgust anymore in 1988.
Fans dressed as every imaginable character - and some never before dreamed - will roam the convention floor and participate in the famed Wizard World Costume Contest on Saturday evening at each show.
In the group of current and retired officers was famed whistleblower Detective Frank Serpico, who was immortalized by Al Pacino in the classic 1973 Sidney Lumet film.
Set in 1967 and following then now stage famed group of young Greenwich Village hippies, the themes and messages are just as relevant with today's headlines as when the musical debuted half a century ago.
Leonardo, meet Leonardo Da Vinci, the famed Renaissance artist and visionary behind, among many other masterpieces, the Mona Lisa.
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First Known Use of famed
Synonymsbig-name, celebrated, famous, noted, notorious, prominent, renowned, star, visible, well-known
Antonymsanonymous, nameless, obscure, uncelebrated, unfamous, unknown, unsung
Related Wordsfabled, fabulous, legendary; infamous; distinguished, eminent, exceptional, great, illustrious, leading, notable, noteworthy, outstanding, preeminent, prestigious, remarkable, supereminent, superior; important, significant; acknowledged, recognized, respected; favorite, popular, preferred; estimable, honorable, reputable, respectable; formidable, redoubtable
Near Antonymsinsignificant, unimportant; inconspicuous; undistinguished, unexceptional; unpopular
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