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much-vaunted

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmuch-vauntedˌmuch-ˈvaunted adjective [only before noun]  a much-vaunted plan, achievement etc is one that people say is very good or important, especially when this may not be true the president’s much-vaunted health-care plan
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much-vauntedThe government's much-vaunted desire to consult operated only within those limits.Christopher cut through her much-vaunted intelligence and she degenerated into passivity.Viewed from the Winter palace the much-vaunted power of the monarchy seemed distinctly overrated.
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