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Definition of "hall of fame" [hall of fame]

  • Collection of memorabilia relating to a specific field which honors among other things people of great importance to that field. (noun)
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Use "hall of fame" in a sentence
  • "The honorees made up a virtual hall of fame of integrative practitioners: Dean Ornish, James Gordon, Jon Kabat-Zinn, Andrew Weil, Larry Dossey, and Rachel Naomi Remen."
  • "The two forms competed, normality in the lead, until Harding made the alliterator’s hall of fame in 1920 with “not heroics but healing, not nostrums but normalcy, not revolution but restoration, not agitation but adjustment” and my favorite “not experiment but equipoise.”"
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