adjective as in famous
She also booked a much-publicized role on the new season of Girls.
The much-publicized military-civilian gap is wide and getting wider.
The news, for instance, follows another much-publicized upheaval in autism research.
The much-publicized hair solution has been proposed by a California-based ecological charity.
Dorfman, an old hand at confidential snooping, refused to quail before the much-publicized senatorial scowl.
On this page you'll find 75 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to much-publicized, such as: acclaimed, brilliant, distinguished, eminent, excellent, and glorious.
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