Renowned

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Definition

renowned: celebrated, famed, notable, noted
adjective
Take care not to confuse the spelling with that of noun or that of known.

world-renowned: known, celebrated, famed, noted around the world, world-famous
adjective
Pronunciation examples
UK: The concert features many world-renowned musicians.
US: This chef is renowned for his vegetarian cuisine.

Examples

  • "Eventually, Bruno transformed Xavier's humble perfume shop in Montmartre into a world-renowned, multi-national cosmetics company."
  • "TigerLily is a totally organic blend from renowned perfumer Horatio Oléré."
  • "Delavigne, San Francisco's renowned playboy, insisted on piloting the balloon himself, despite having no previous experience flying thermal airships or dirigibles, and smelling of liquor."
  • "It's true that Stickypedia is maintained by anonymous volunteers rather than renowned experts, but despite this, it works remarkably well!"
  • "Yes, today we present to you the newest addition to our morning team, renowned culture lover –"
  • "Well then I present to you renowned cultural critic Belinda B."
  • "World-renowned department store mogul Harold P."
  • "The San Francisco Ballet is an internationally-renowned troupe of extremely talented dancers, including fabulous ballerinas and principal dancers."
  • "Iconic fashion house Dulce and Carpaccio is renowned for its cutting-edge style and fine quality, but what had set the company apart was its rich tradition."

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