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Synonyms for far-famed

widely known and esteemed

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Katherine was herself pressed to make one of the party, but the young lady, at the same time she owned her wish to see this far-famed cataract, declined the offer firmly, but gratefully, on account of her desire to spend the remaining time with her father and mother, before they went to the south.
He next fought the far-famed Solymi, and this, he said, was the hardest of all his battles.
She even blushed a little as she turned to the young hunter, and with the charm of a woman’s manner added: “But it was only to see an exhibition of the far-famed skill of Leather-Stocking, that I tried my fortunes.
George sedately marches to a street of little shops lying somewhere in that ganglion of roads from Kent and Surrey, and of streets from the bridges of London, centring in the far-famed elephant who has lost his castle formed of a thousand four-horse coaches to a stronger iron monster than he, ready to chop him into mince-meat any day he dares.
In a way, it was almost as immoral as the far-famed and notorious Message to Garcia, while in its pernicious preachment of thrift and content it ran Mr.
327-337) Then the goddess grey-eyed Athene came near them and spoke winged words, encouraging them: `Hail, offspring of far-famed Lynceus
The whole scene made us unequivocally aware that we were seated on the shores of an island in the far-famed South Sea.
There," he said, "are the far-famed CONFESSIONS OF AN ENGLISH OPIUM EATER