well-known

[ wel-nohn ]SEE DEFINITION OF well-known

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WELL-KNOWN

Eudora started, when she saw the well-known writing of Philæmon.

It is a well-known fact that all living beings like to be comfortable.

This is too well-known a truth for me to endeavor to conceal it, especially from you.

For several years he had been cashier in a well-known banking-house.

The well-known poem, beginning, "Guid morning to your Majesty."

These are not the well-known fields; this is not the brook of Towey, nor these hills of Clwyd.

These are the results of the operation of well-known economic laws.

"He looks exactly like some well-known clubman," exclaimed Mrs. Effie.

What's the matter with a little drive to see some well-known objects of interest?

As is her well-known custom in thousands of acres of canvas.

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