Distinguished by reputation; famous: a noted physician. (adjective)
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Use "noted" in a sentence
"But much of his account is concerned to present a uniform conception of truth that embraces these different applications of the term noted above."
"Sciences, at no salary from the University and without change in salary or benefits in their present positions in the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, to the rank and for the term noted"
"A work in any department of general literature rarely appears from the pen of a clergyman in the Church of Scotland, and therefore that to which we are about to refer, under the title noted beneath,  is in some respects a curiosity."