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eminent

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisheminentem‧i‧nent /ˈemɪnənt/ ●○○ adjective  FAMOUSan eminent person is famous, important, and respected an eminent lawyer
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eminentan eminent anthropologistA politician, however eminent or popular, who lacks that base will not reach or survive at the top.She's an eminent psychiatrist at the Harvard Medical School.This substantial representation of Leapor's work drew the attention of at least two eminent reviewers.This description bears marked similarities to those offered by a number of eminent sociologists who adopt the trait approach.While he lived Nehru remained the most eminent spokesman for the Third World.He himself had aspired with eminent success: the conception was a self-educator's dream.Darling himself designed the first stamp, and an eminent wildlife artist has been conscripted for this purpose each year since.
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