famousness


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  • noun

Synonyms for famousness

wide recognition for one's deeds

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Call our shrine the Hall of Famousness, and just to establish the tone up front, put a bar in the lobby with a big blonde on every other stool.
Social Elements (Firstness, Famousness, Domestic, Occupational) Verbal Texts Female Male Total Ratio N % N % The frequency with 4 0.
Consumer's satisfaction causes them to be loyal and as a result, increase of the famousness and credit of the company and also it is followed by increase of the future profitability of it.
There's nothing like proximity to a person of proper famousness to add a frisson to the daily grind, is there?
As Wright sees it, "Scientology orients itself toward celebrity, and by doing so, the church awards famousness a spiritual value.
eh, I think I'll probably hit the hay here, Rick, because I'm tired and I have to teach four classes in the morning and tomorrow's Friday and my fiancee thinks we're going out on the weekend when it's supposed to get a little warmer for the afternoon, which means she somehow thinks against all history and reason that I won't be too despicable to spend an afternoon eating bentos with her in some park she's chosen for its famousness with guidebook authors as an idyllic spot for us to spend the afternoon stretched out together under the forecast sun when any logical observer of our history would confidently wager money on the odds that I will be brutally hungover and so compelled to drink to ease the pain.