best-known


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Adj.1.best-known - most familiar or renowned; "Stevenson's best-known work is probably `Treasure Island'"
known - apprehended with certainty; "a known quantity"; "the limits of the known world"; "a musician known throughout the world"; "a known criminal"
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Indeed, one of his best-known poems, "The Return to the Mountains", makes mention of the projection of the astral body through space during sleep.
The "Hymn to Hermes" differs from others in its burlesque, quasi- comic character, and it is also the best-known of the Hymns to English readers in consequence of Shelley's translation.
1066 TO ABOUT 1350 [Footnote: Scott's 'Ivanhoe,' the best-known work of fiction dealing with any part of this period, is interesting, but as a picture of life at the end of the twelfth century is very misleading.
Poe's initial salary with the "Southern Literary Messenger," to which he contributed the first drafts of a number of his best-known tales, was $10 a week
Although best-known for playing the dopey road sweeper in Only Fools And Horses, Lloyd-Pack appeared in dozens of films and TV shows including a regular role as farmer Owen Newitt in The Vicar Of Dibley.
I got this idea of interviewing some of the best-known people in the town and asking them what they did, how they lived their lives and what they did in the town.
There are numerous coffee table books about the beauties and genuine splendor of our best-known National Park, but not very many on how that singular land looked to the first whites to traverse it with packhorse and tent.
A NICE, if flawed bit of whimsy from a director best-known for putting us through the ringer with heroin junkies and flesh-eating zombies, Danny Boyle's ``Millions'' is getting a lot of press for being something of a bold departure for its creator.
Other than that, it's difficult to make a case for Dance of Death as a great play, It's completely unlike Strindberg's best-known early work, condensed character studies such as Miss Julie and The Stronger.
His best-known work, the one for which he won the Tony, was in Annie, and no one who saw it will ever forget the charmingly discombobulated moves Gennaro gave the raga-muffin orphans and scheming villains of that show.
Mr Fred Turley, one of the best-known selade Black Country entrepreneurs, has died suddenly.
In the New York Amsterdam News, his best-known comic strip, about a black man, stout, bald, and mustachioed, began to appear in 1935.