renown


Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for renown

Synonyms for renown

Synonyms for renown

the state or quality of being widely honored and acclaimed

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
In Rainbow Six Siege, renown is the in-game currency that allows players to purchase new gear, weapon attachments and Operators as rewards for skillful play.
He said his party would hold international conferences on April 7-9 next year on completion of its 100 years of establishment and renown personalities would participate in it from across the world.
7 x 10 Metal Shed (7~peak); 500 Gallon Diesel Tank with Containment Tank; 11- New Paper Town Dispensers - (RENOWN); 7 - New Soap Dispensers (KIMBERLY-CLARK Professional); 3 - New Toilet Paper Dispensers RENOWN 9" Jumbo Dispenser(REN05151-IB); 3 - 35~ Steel Light Poles (Bent).
In 1864, the first hospital was established and 11 years later, a new building went up where Renown Regional Medical Center sits today near downtown Reno.
com)-- Roofing and siding contractor Renown Construction was recently honored with The Pulse of the City News Customer Satisfaction Award for providing outstanding customer service.
RENOWN ENGINEERING FOR one local engineering firm the North East's offshore and marine industries have played an integral part in the company's growth over the past 26 years.
DIYARBAKIR, Oct 27, 2010 (TUR) -- Iran's renown ethnic jazz musician Azam Ali and his Niyaz Band are set to give a concert in the southeastern province of Diyarbakir.
Renown shareholders approve appointment of 5 directors
But Renown splashed out pounds 100million when it brought Aquascutum in 1990.
The news comes as Aquascutum's embattled Japanese parent, Renown, struggles to offload the label, famous for its rain-proof coats.
Now all are working for Renown Railway Services, repairing and improving lines around the North West.
Quoting widely from the assembled material, Sterchi then proceeds to examine several questions relating moral values and noble behavior, including the relative importance of birth and virtue in the justification of the nobility; the not-to-be-confused concepts of renown (renommee), glory, reputation, prestige, and honor, and the way in which virtue provides a retroactive legitimation for social standing; the account of noble deeds and the struggle with Fortune as an augmentation of renown; and the importance of illustrious ancestors in representation and justification of the nobility.
REG WALKER'S letter (Your Say, June 2) relating to the sinking of HMS Hood and the Bismarck brought back memories of my time in the Royal Navy on board the battle cruiser HMS Renown.
While none of her writings were published during her lifetime, she gained considerable local renown as a writer of novellas and prose fiction dealing with love and romance.
More importantly, however, spiritual writers of renown believe that after a career of writing on such degrading subjects, much effort and spiritual grace are needed to consolidate the recovery.