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re·nowned

 (rĭ-nound′)
adj.
Having renown; famous. See Synonyms at famous.

renowned

(rɪˈnaʊnd)
adj
having a widespread, esp good, reputation; famous

re•nowned

(rɪˈnaʊnd)

adj.
celebrated; famous.
[1325–75]
re•nown′ed•ly, adv.
re•nown′ed•ness, n.
syn: See famous.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.renowned - widely known and esteemed; "a famous actor"; "a celebrated musician"; "a famed scientist"; "an illustrious judge"; "a notable historian"; "a renowned painter"
known - apprehended with certainty; "a known quantity"; "the limits of the known world"; "a musician known throughout the world"; "a known criminal"

renowned

renowned

adjective
Translations
مَشْهورمَشْهُور
renomovanýslavný
berømt
kuuluisa
poznat
frægur
有名な
유명한
berömd
มีชื่อเสียง
nổi tiếng

renowned

[rɪˈnaʊnd] ADJrenombrado, famoso
it is renowned fores famoso por ..., es célebre por ...

renowned

[rɪˈnaʊnd] adjrenommé(e)
to be renowned for sth → être renommé(e) pour qch

renowned

adjberühmt (for für)

renowned

[rɪˈnaʊnd] adjfamoso/a, rinomato/a

renown

(rəˈnaun) noun
fame.
reˈnowned adjective
famous. He is renowned for his paintings; a renowned actress.

renowned

مَشْهُور renomovaný berømt namhaft ξακουστός renombrado kuuluisa illustre poznat rinomato 有名な 유명한 vermaard berømt renomowany conhecido, renomado известный berömd มีชื่อเสียง tanınmış nổi tiếng 有名的
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He was received by the French officer in advance with the usual formalities, and immediately accompanied to a distant marquee of the renowned soldier who led the forces of France.
Or, as is more thy nature, be a scholar and a sage among the wisest and the most renowned of the cultivated world.
Even Scoresby, the justly renowned Right whaleman, after giving us a stiff full length of the Greenland whale, and three or four delicate miniatures of narwhales and porpoises, treats us to a series of classical engravings of boat hooks, chopping knives, and grapnels; and with the microscopic diligence of a Leuwenhoeck submits to the inspection of a shivering world ninety-six fac-similes of magnified Arctic snow crystals.
It is in com- and of the renowned Knight of the Red Lawns, assissted by Sir Persant of Inde, who is compete9t.
When the renowned old tenor appeared, I got a nudge and an excited whisper:
I had heard of her as leading a most unhappy life, and as being separated from her husband, who had used her with great cruelty, and who had become quite renowned as a compound of pride, avarice, brutality, and meanness.
But whatever pretensions Athelstane had to be considered as head of the Saxon confederacy, many of that nation were disposed to prefer to his the title of the Lady Rowena, who drew her descent from Alfred, and whose father having been a chief renowned for wisdom, courage, and generosity, his memory was highly honoured by his oppressed countrymen.
These people are most excellent mathematicians, and arrived to a great perfection in mechanics, by the countenance and encouragement of the emperor, who is a renowned patron of learning.
We passed it in the night, and entered that sea, so renowned on many accounts in history, both sacred and profane.
Scarce had the rubicund Apollo spread o'er the face of the broad spacious earth the golden threads of his bright hair, scarce had the little birds of painted plumage attuned their notes to hail with dulcet and mellifluous harmony the coming of the rosy Dawn, that, deserting the soft couch of her jealous spouse, was appearing to mortals at the gates and balconies of the Manchegan horizon, when the renowned knight Don Quixote of La Mancha, quitting the lazy down, mounted his celebrated steed Rocinante and began to traverse the ancient and famous Campo de Montiel;'" which in fact he was actually traversing.
He must be one who is highly renowned and prosperous,--a personage like Oedipus, Thyestes, or other illustrious men of such families.
The most renowned of blossoms, most divine Of those whose conquering glances overthrow Cities and kingdoms, for his sake combine And win the ready smiles that ever flow From royal lips.