Examples of famous in a Sentence
a book about some of the most famous people of the last century
some truly famous Southern-style cooking
Recent Examples of famous from the Web
Maisie took to Instagram a few hours ago to post a side-by-side of Edna's face and her own, both sporting the extra large round-rimmed glasses that the character is famous for.
Hunt prefers the background while Reid is a famous football coach who speaks publicly more often than anyone else in the organization.
Mary Ann Gerth/C-J Jennifer Lawrence is joining several famous faces in supporting Planned Parenthood.
Interbake was born as Southern Biscuit Works in 1899 and began selling its famous Sailor Boy Pilot Bread 20 years later, according to its website.
Park opens at 10 a.m. Live music as Moonlight Gazebo at 7 p.m. Balloon glow in Moonlight Mall at 8 p.m. Rozzi’s famous fireworks at 10 p.m. Parking $9 until 2 p.m.; $12 afterward.
In fact, when the irresistible temptation to compare these misbehaving tourist attractions to Crichton’s other famous fictional Park of horrors arises, Wood’s character, Dolores, emerges as the season’s biggest threat.
The 19th-century composer helped make ballets like Swan Lake and The Nutcracker famous, writing scores that soared and forever linking his music to the world of dance.
MediaLink threw its famous VIP bash at the luxury Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc, featuring The Weeknd and lots of awkward dad dancing.
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Origin and Etymology of famous
Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin famosus, from fama fame
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
Synonym Discussion of famous
FAMOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of famous for English Language Learners
: known or recognized by very many people : having fame
FAMOUS Defined for Kids
Definition of famous for Students
: very well-known
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