Examples of famously in a Sentence
The executive famously insisted on riding the bus to work every day.
Recent Examples of famously from the Web
The sisters were also famously mum on rumors of Caitlyn Jenner’s transition, back when the former Olympian was known as Bruce.
Measuring about 2 1/2 feet in diameter, it's recognized as the one and only public memorial of the life and career of Louisiana Gov. Richard Leche, whose administration was famously undone by rampant corruption in 1939.
Tasked with investigating the scope and power of Wall Street’s wealthiest members, counsel to the committee Samuel Untermyer faced down the famously brusque and laconic businessman with a deliberate and unrelenting line of questions.
Then there are Facebook’s privacy controls, which are famously difficult to find and opaque.
Shia LaBeouf playing the famously volatile tennis star John McEnroe is naturally going to lead to verbal explosions in Borg vs McEnroe (in theaters Friday in New York and Los Angeles and on demand).
None of which necessarily implies any specific public policy approach — legal prohibition of alcohol rather famously caused a lot of problems.
White, who famously said God helped guide him to Green Bay, opened the door for other big-name players to come to a place previously viewed as an undesirable NFL landing spot.
And yet, aside from modern-day twists on Homer’s work, there haven’t been so many actual retellings of what famously happened in Troy.
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Definition of famously for English Language Learners
: in a way that is known by many people : in a famous manner
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