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So, too, did the Greeks, and divers other ancient peoples who were famed for their learning.

Is not war the very root and matter of all famed enterprises?

In that immovable man it was startling, ominous, like the famed nod of the Commander.

Our boy shall be the noblest and most famed of all the Volsung race.

She is famed for her letter-writing; and, I believe, practises every morning on a slate.

Maximilian Hostialick was famed for his learning, piety, and humanity.

His six elder sons did likewise, and all were famed for their knightly prowess.

Of the natural beauties, for which the region was famed much has been written.

He's not a song-bird, but he's said to be Famed for his beauty and his Symmetry.

Though I knew it not then, it was the famed “snake-root” (Polygala senega).

WORD ORIGIN

"much talked about," 1530s, past participle adjective from fame (v.), c.1300, from Old French famer, from fame (see fame (n.)).

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