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renowned

[ri-nound]
adjective
celebrated; famous.

Origin:
1325–75; Middle English; see renown, -ed2

renownedly [ri-nou-nid-lee, -nound-] , adverb
renownedness, noun
unrenowned, adjective


famed, distinguished, honored, notable.
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renowned (rɪˈnaʊnd)
 
adj
having a widespread, esp good, reputation; famous

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renowned
late 14c.; pp. adj. from renown.
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