Well or widely known. See Synonyms at noted.(adjective)
First-rate; excellent: had a famous time at the party. (adjective)
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Use "famous" in a sentence
"This mortal combat between Communism and liberal democracy produced a vast literature, some books famous in their day, some famous still."
"England that his progenitors, that is to say, the Kings of England who had preceded him, were famous -- mark the word -- "_famous_ for the"
"Since Prince owns the rights to the name "the Time," the Minneapolis men who made the moniker famous were forced to use a different appellation for this year's album, "Condensate.""