Fame synonyms

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Great fame or reputation; celebrity
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The quality or state of being popular; especially, the state of being esteemed by, or of being in favor with, the people at large; good will or favor proceeding from the people; as, the popularity of a law, statesman, or a book.
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In the public eye.
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Illustrious and widespread reputation
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Elevation is defined as the height above the ground or other surface, or a place or position of height.
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Honour, admiration, or distinction, accorded by common consent to a person or thing; high reputation; renown.
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(Poetic) An acclamation; a shout of applause.
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One who is widely known and of great popular interest.
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A cry or call, as of a bird
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Acknowledgement that something was authorized to be done; the acknowledgement of someone’s or something’s rank or status, especially the diplomatic recognition of another country; a subjecting to income tax, under the federal income tax laws. See also realization.
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Known and praised widely; noted.
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Characterized by excellence or distinction; eminent:
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Eminence is defined as a high, lofty place, or superiority in position.
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Illustrious and widespread reputation
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The state, condition, or quality of being great; as, greatness of size, greatness of mind, power, etc.
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Reputation for chastity
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Reputation based on brilliance of achievement, character, etc.; renown
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A good reputation:
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Stars of films, TV, etc., collectively
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Reputation is the way you are viewed by people and by your community and the way these people think of you.
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Prominence is the state of being important, being famous or being obvious.
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That which distinguishes; a single occurrence of a determining factor or feature, the fact of being divided; separation, discrimination.
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A reputation:
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Illustrious and widespread reputation
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Careful thought or attention; heed:
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Limelight is defined as being in the spotlight or in the center of attention.
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(Informal) A person or individual, especially one who is unknown or raises suspicions.
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The quality or state of being notorious
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Publicity is information or news provided in order to gain public or media attention for a person, event or place.
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Greatly praised or lauded, revered, highly respected.
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The achievement of one's aim or goal. [from 16th c.]
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The condition of being famous; fame
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The state of being illustrious
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The status of being preeminent, dominant or ascendant.
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An instance or source of this:
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The act or an instance of estimating:
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A dosage of any ionizing radiation that will produce upon absorption in living tissues a rise in energy equal to that produced by one roentgen of X-ray or gamma-ray radiation
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Credit or praise for an achievement; glory; fame
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A lustrum, quinquennium, a period of five years, originally the interval between Roman censuses
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A formal account of the proceedings or transactions of a group:
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Familiarity, awareness, or understanding gained through experience or study:
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(Law) Loss of character and of certain civil rights sustained by a person convicted of an infamous crime
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(Archaic) Judgment; opinion.
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The amount of money remaining in a bank account, etc.
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The respect and honor associated with an important position.
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(Music) stop
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Magnificent appearance or display; grandeur.
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The place where a person or thing is, esp. in relation to others; location; situation; site
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Continuance in time; duration:
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The act of noting or observing; perception or attention:
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Honors. From the Ancient Greek practice of crowning victors with a branch from the laurel bush, sacred to Apollo.
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A regular stopping place for ground transportation.
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A region of a land.
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Importance in rank or position:
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Illustrious and widespread reputation
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Illustrious and widespread reputation
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Reputation
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Information that was heard by one person about another
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Inspiring awe and reverence; imposing and magnificent
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The definition of classic is someone or something of the highest rank, that acts as a stable model or standards, has lasting worth, is typical or relates to ancient Greece or Rome.
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Celebrated, well-known or eminent because of past achievements; prestigious
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Projecting; prominent; protruding
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Unreal; fictitious
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The definition of infamous describes a person who has done terrible things and is known for a bad reputation.
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Resembling or suggestive of a lion, as in being powerful or dignified.
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Famous; well known because of one's reputation; celebrated.
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Widely known, especially for something bad; infamous.
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Widely known; eminent:
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The definition of reputable is someone or something that is considered good or reliable.
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(Archaic) Ornamented with designs showing scenes as from history
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The definition of venerable is respected or honored, or in the Catholic faith it can also mean someone who is considered holy and who may be considered for sainthood.
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In astrology, one of the brightest celestial objects, such as the sun, moon, or bright planets.
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A prominent or notable person.
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(Uncountable) Information or misinformation of the kind contained in such claims.
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Development, growth, or level of attainment, esp. as worthy of esteem
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Position relative to that of others; standing:
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(Initialism) Very important person.
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(Obs.) Eminence
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(Logic) A characteristic or essential attribute; a differential.
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A position of exalted widely recognized importance
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Respect means a feeling or show of honor or esteem for someone or something.
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The condition or fact of being forgotten
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One that is unknown.
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Very clear; evident
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