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fabled

[fey-buhld]
adjective
1.
celebrated in fables: a fabled goddess of the wood.
2.
having no real existence; fictitious: a fabled chest of gold.

Origin:
1730–40; fable + -ed3

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fabled (ˈfeɪbəld)
 
adj
1.  made famous in fable
2.  fictitious

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fabled
c.1600, unreal, invented, pp. adj. from fable (v.) to tell tales (late 14c.); see fable. Meaning celebrated in fable is from 1706.
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