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
President Donald Trump has famously been reported to enjoy two scoops of ice cream with his chocolate cream pie, while others around the table only get one.
In 1967 British biologist and Nobel laureate Sir Peter Medawar famously characterized science as, in book title form, The Art of the Soluble.
While Grande lip-syncs, Madonna recites what Billboard identified as the bible quote Samuel L. Jackson's famously says in Pulp Fiction.
Fluorocarbons are noted for being hydrophobic, most famously in the form of Teflon.
The American colonists had been upset with British rule for a long time — most famously because the British government taxed them without giving them any sort of democratic representation.
Cheryl and Payne famously (or notoriously, depending on your take) met in 2008 when Payne was just 14.
Most famously, in his epic portrait of Lander’s Peak , a Shoshone village thrives at the bedrock of the sublime.
Most famously, on Aug. 16, American Brigadier-General William Hull, unnerved by an English and Native American force outside Detroit’s walls, surrendered without a fight.
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FAMOUSLY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of famously for English Language Learners
: in a way that is known by many people : in a famous manner
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