Englischer Thesaurus
(Adjektiv) 
Definition
well-known
Chomsky's father was a noted Hebrew scholar.The paper has never been noted for its foreign affairs coverage.
Synonyme
famous
England's most famous landscape artist, John Constable
,
celebrated
He was soon one of the most celebrated young painters in England.
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recognized
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distinguished
a distinguished academic family
,
well-known
He liked to surround himself with attractive or well-known people.
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prominent
a prominent member of the Law Society
, ,
acclaimed
She has published six highly acclaimed novels.
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notable
the notable occultist, Madame Blavatsky
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renowned
The area is renowned for its churches.
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eminent
an eminent public figure
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illustrious
the most illustrious scientists of the century
Gegensätze

Zusätzliche Synonyme

in the sense of acclaimed
She has published six highly acclaimed novels.
Synonyme
praised,
admired,
highly rated,
revered,
well received,
much vaunted,
highly esteemed,
much touted,
well thought of,
lionized,
highly thought of
in the sense of celebrated
Definition
well known
He was soon one of the most celebrated young painters in England.
in the sense of conspicuous
Definition
noteworthy or striking

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