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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfamouslyfa‧mous‧ly /ˈfeɪməsli/ adverb  1 get on/along famously2 FAMOUSin a way that is famous The trouble with common sense, as Voltaire famously observed, is that it is not very common.
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famouslyDorothy and Amelia got on famously.A policeman famously put his helmet over my chest to protect my modesty.He is famously reticent in talking about his extraordinary physical ordeal.His dress is famously unfashionable, his temper famously short, his profanities notoriously rich.
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