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famed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfamedfamed /feɪmd/ adjective written  FAMOUSwell-known syn famous the famed literary critic Nathan Hallfamed for the island of Lontar, famed for its nutmeg and cloves
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famedPeter Simpson has become famed as a Palace goalscorer.Rolls-Royce's famed electronic control is retained, though.It offers shops for everyday needs and is ideal for visits to the famed sights of Tuscany.Postage stamps from the famed, tiny republic of San Marino are very often bought as souvenirs or gifts.famed forThe Blue Ridge Mountains are famed for their beauty.
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