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lasting fame

noun as in immortality

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Even Shakespeare only earned lasting fame by appealing to Queen Elizabeth (and then doubly so to Queen James).

It was by popularizing tobacco in France that he gained a lasting fame.

It is but just to mention his name, as the skill exhibited entitles him to lasting fame.

At what more glorious can the wealthy aim Than thus to purchase fair and lasting fame?

In literature she was also distinguished: both Cervantes and Lope de Vega contributed to her greatness and lasting fame.

His son is undoubtedly a far greater actor, and may achieve a high and lasting fame.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lasting fame, such as: fame, glory, greatness, renown, celebrity, and glorification.

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