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Definitions of "fame"

  • Great renown: a concert violinist of international fame. noun
  • Public estimation; reputation: a politician of ill fame. noun
  • Archaic Rumor. noun
  • To make renowned or famous. verb-transitive
  • Archaic To report to be. verb-transitive
  • What is said or reported; gossip, rumour. noun
  • The state of being famous or well-known and spoken of. noun
  • to make (someone or something) famous verb
  • Public report or rumor. noun
  • Report or opinion generally diffused; renown; public estimation; celebrity, either favorable or unfavorable. noun
  • To report widely or honorably. verb-transitive
  • To make famous or renowned. verb-transitive
  • To report.
  • To make famous.
  • To defame.
  • To famish.
  • A public report or rumor. noun
  • Report or opinion widely diffused; renown; notoriety; celebrity, favorable or unfavorable, but especially the former; reputation: as, the fame of Washington; literary fame: rarely used in the plural. noun
  • favorable public reputation noun

The word "fame" in example sentences

Whatever is enclosed within marks of parenthesis is also independent of the rest of the sentence; as, I stake my fame (_and I had fame_), my heart, my hope, my soul, upon this cast.. [Higher Lessons in English A work on english grammar and composition]

For rumour [the Greek pheme, via fama in Latin, gives us our word fame] is an evil thing; by nature she's a light weight to lift up, yes, but heavy to carry and hard to put down again.. [Socrates ? a man for our times]

Must be real career boost when your main claim to fame is to be able to mock someone.. [Fey likely to revive Palin impersonation]

His other claim to fame is to have steered the Orwellian Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill onto the Statute Book, a bill that would, in its unamended state, have allowed the Government to make laws without having to bother with the tedious business of Parliament approval.. [Archive 2008-02-10]

I am going to make you famous, not that your fame is any less without my help.. [Very, very much.]

For that more lasting success which we call fame other qualities are needed, such qualities as imagination, fancy, and magic and force in the use of words.. [Prose Fancies (Second Series)]

Her 15 minutes of "fame" is over and she has milked it for all it is worth.. [Palin an issue in Kentucky]

It's a free country and I certainly don't begrudge Mr. Coursey the right to make money in any way he sees fit, but (and I'm being charitable here) I'm not sure his "fame" is a good fit for his business model.. [The Pork Endorsement]

Hey, the guy's claim to fame is that he was the economic development brains behind Vera Katz -- what were you expecting?. [Jack Bog's Blog: June 2009 Archives]

In any case, John goes on to say that the best literal translation of postera crescam laude (taking into account the recens which follows laude) would appear to be: “I will continue to grow in fame hereafter, ever new.”. [postera crescam laude II]

Because the Prize was initiated as late as 1969, time has sorted out worthy candidates, for whom the risk of "premature fame" is minimal.. [The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 1969-2006]

He gets a swelled head, however, finding that fame is more fleeting than the latest hemline length.. [Weekly Mishmash I: January 17-23 : Scrubbles.net]

What are all these bee-yoo-ti-ful people doing after their ticket to fame is lost in the mail?. [Two Tickets to Paradis : Scrubbles.net]

His only claim to fame is that his blog is often quoted by an apparently brain-dead radio anchor named Derryn Hinch who is currently facing criminal charges himself.. [Waldo Jaquith - “Motion to Compel” in Garrett subpoena]

My claim to fame is being in the first band that played on the brand new stage at Asylum (back in the day … REALLY back in the day).. [All entrepreneurs are punk rock | Johnny B. Truant]

The book focuses on the life of times of its title character, a Canadian TV host, whose sole claim to fame is a few trips he took up north to the cold Canadian wilderness, fancying himself an adventurer.. [Robot reviews: George Sprott | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment]

Fame Translates

TurkishFame English to Turkish Translate
(i). şöhret, nam, ün.(i). şöhret, nam, ün.

Fame on Social Media


People let that small amount of Twitter fame go to their heads


@misty71798240 @Greeny1239 It was a bunch of accounts to help with fame and that and someone changed the passwords (I think lol)


@BBCWorld: 'Afghan Justin Trudeau' finds fame on TV talent show

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