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fabled

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfabledfa‧bled /ˈfeɪbəld/ adjective literary  FAMOUSfamous and often mentioned in traditional stories syn legendary the fabled 'Fountain of Youth'
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fabledUnlike most other fabled beasts it preferred to scavenge carrion from the forest floor rather than kill for fresh meat.Not much of that fabled but very real gold has survived.Anita the fabled feminist has a complaint she want you all to hear.He sits forlorn on horse-munched hay while his thoughts run on distant, fabled gold.Only in later centuries, when Constant Drachenfels' daring knew no bounds, did the famed, fabled horrors begin.It was a fabled street, but for him it had been forbidden territory.Statues of fabled warriors stood in the city square.
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