noted

adjective
not·​ed | \ ˈnō-təd How to pronounce noted (audio) \

Definition of noted

: well-known by reputation : eminent, celebrated

Other Words from noted

notedly adverb
notedness noun

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famous, renowned, celebrated, noted, notorious, distinguished, eminent, illustrious mean known far and wide. famous implies little more than the fact of being, sometimes briefly, widely and popularly known. a famous actress renowned implies more glory and acclamation. one of the most renowned figures in sports history celebrated implies notice and attention especially in print. the most celebrated beauty of her day noted suggests well-deserved public attention. the noted mystery writer notorious frequently adds to famous an implication of questionableness or evil. a notorious gangster distinguished implies acknowledged excellence or superiority. a distinguished scientist who won the Nobel Prize eminent implies even greater prominence for outstanding quality or character. the country's most eminent writers illustrious stresses enduring honor and glory attached to a deed or person. illustrious war heroes

Examples of noted in a Sentence

She is a noted scholar specializing in Latin-American literature. a serious play that needs a noted Broadway actor for the lead if it is to attract audiences
Recent Examples on the Web Drinks here, the work of noted local cocktailer Ilya Romanov, have a cinematic quality, flowing like luminous sea creatures, seahorse purple and anemone green. Jordan Michelman, San Francisco Chronicle, 29 July 2022 Another noted author, Emily St. John Mandel, has been having a good year. Christi Carras, Los Angeles Times, 26 July 2022 To top it off, the condo is located in the heart of the West Chelsea Arts District and surrounded by noted attractions, such as Chelsea Market, Hudson Yards and the Whitney Museum. Demetrius Simms, Robb Report, 19 July 2022 Rothstein initially considered crafting interludes of opera for his film — Giuliani is a noted opera fan — but quickly realized the demands of mounting even an interstitial opera were too much. Jake Coyle, ajc, 10 June 2022 By hosting multiple SaMDs, significant savings can be realized by utilizing the same platform for many of the noted post-launch costs, offering more savings for each SaMD developed. Forbes, 2 June 2022 On a typical day, the reported noted, nearly all of the detainees are held on felony charges and about 85% of those being held are pre-trial detainees. Tom Sissom, Arkansas Online, 17 July 2022 The initiative to create a program comes amid a noted lack of diversity in the field. Jazz Tangcay, Variety, 12 July 2022 But there is, of course, such a thing as too much coffee, despite some of its noted health benefits. Hannah Jeon, Good Housekeeping, 9 July 2022 See More

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First Known Use of noted

14th century, in the meaning defined above

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10 Aug 2022

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“Noted.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/noted. Accessed 10 Aug. 2022.

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noted

adjective
not·​ed | \ ˈnō-təd \

Kids Definition of noted

: well-known and highly regarded a noted scientist

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