What is another word for Famed?

Pronunciation: [fˈe͡ɪmd] (IPA)

There are various synonyms for the word "famed". One can replace it with the word "renowned" which means having a widespread and high reputation. Another possible replacement could be the word "notable" which refers to something or someone who is distinguished and worthy of attention. "Celebrated" is a synonym that denotes being widely known and recognized for one's achievements or talents. Furthermore, "prestigious" is another possible synonym describing something of high status or honor. Finally, "illustrious" is yet another synonym that refers to being highly distinguished or famous. Each of these synonyms carries a slightly different connotation, but all can be effectively used to convey the same meaning of "famed".

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What are the hypernyms for Famed?

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What are the opposite words for Famed?

Famed is a word that is often used to describe someone or something that is well known or popular. However, there are also many antonyms for this word, which means words that are opposite in meaning. Some examples of antonyms for famed include obscure, unknown, anonymous, unheard-of, and unfamous. While famed suggests widespread recognition and admiration, these antonyms suggest a lack of recognition and obscurity. People and things that are obscure are not well known, and anonymous means that the person or thing is not named or identified. Unheard-of and unfamous indicate that the person or thing is not known at all in popular culture.

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Usage examples for Famed

Mr Innes was Famed for growing turnips.
"Cattle and Cattle-breeders"
William M'Combie
Thus the Mermaid Queen and her maidens made a court of beauty that was Famed wherever mermaids and merrymen lived.
"Dutch Fairy Tales for Young Folks"
William Elliot Griffis
It took a good deal of courage to enter when we got there, for the far-Famed Round Tower of Antrim is private property.
"My Lady of the Chimney Corner"
Alexander Irvine

Famous quotes with Famed

  • Rhymer, brawler, and musician, Famed for his lunar expedition, And the unnumbered duels he fought, — And lover also, — by interposition! — Here lies Hercule Savinien De Cyrano de Bergerac, Who was everything, yet was naught. I cry you pardon, but I may not stay; See, the moon-ray that comes to call me hence! I would not bid you mourn less faithfully That good, brave Christian: I would only ask That when my body shall be cold in clay You wear those sable mourning weeds for two, And mourn awhile for me, in mourning him.
    Edmond Rostand

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