Widely+known

  • 1 widely known — index common (customary), household (familiar), illustrious, prevalent, proverbial, public (kno …

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  • 2 widely — adverb Date: 1579 1. over or through a wide area < has traveled widely > 2. to a great extent < departed widely from the previous edition > 3. by or among a large well dispersed group of people < a widely known political figure > 4. over a broad… …

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  • 3 widely — /wuyd lee/, adv. 1. to a wide extent. 2. over a wide space or area: a widely distributed plant. 3. by or among a large number of persons: a widely known artist. 4. in many or various subjects, cases, etc.: to be widely read. 5. greatly, very much …

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  • 4 widely — wide•ly [[t]ˈwaɪd li[/t]] adv. 1) to a wide extent 2) over a wide area: a widely distributed plant[/ex] 3) by or among a large number of persons: a widely known artist[/ex] 4) in many subjects: to be widely read[/ex] 5) greatly or very: widely… …

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  • 5 widely — /ˈwaɪdli/ (say wuydlee) adverb 1. to a wide extent. 2. over a wide space or area: a widely distributed plant. 3. throughout a large number of persons: a professor who is widely known. 4. in many or various subjects, cases, etc.: to be widely read …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 6 known — adjective 1) a known criminal Syn: recognized, well known, widely known, noted, celebrated, notable, notorious; acknowledged, self confessed, declared, overt 2) the known world Syn …

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  • 7 known — adjective a known criminal Syn: recognized, well known, widely known, noted, celebrated, notable, notorious, acknowledged …

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  • 8 known —    Ike ia; laulaha, laulā (widely).    ♦ To make known, hō ike, ho olaha; ku u ōlelo (rare) …

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  • 9 List of British words not widely used in the United States — Differences between American and British English American English …

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  • 10 well-known — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. familiar, recognized, famous, renowned; notorious. See knowledge. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. famous, reputable, recognized, renowned, eminent, illustrious, familiar, widely known, noted, acclaimed …

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  • 11 well known — ▶ adjective 1 well known principles: FAMILIAR, widely known, popular, common, everyday, established. 2 a well known family of architects: FAMOUS, famed, prominent …

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  • 12 well-known — /ˈwɛl noʊn/ (say wel nohn) adjective 1. clearly or fully known. 2. familiarly known, or familiar: his well known face. 3. generally or widely known: the well known sculptor. Also, (especially in predicative use), well known /wɛl ˈnoʊn/ (say wel… …

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  • 13 well-known — well′ known′ adj. 1) clearly, fully, or thoroughly known: to hear the well known voice of a loved one[/ex] 2) generally or widely known; famous: a well known painting[/ex] • Etymology: 1425–75 …

    From formal English to slang

  • 14 well-known — /wel nohn /, adj. 1. clearly or fully known: The well known reasons are obvious. 2. generally or widely known: a well known painting. [1425 75; late ME] Syn. 2. prominent, famous, noted, celebrated. * * * …

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  • 15 well-known — adjective a) Familiar, famous, renowned or widely known. If the call to this function fails, you can assume the SID was invalid even if its a well known SID. b) Generally recognised; reserved for some usual purpose. A common approach is for the… …

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  • 16 well-known — a. Widely known, fully known, generally known …

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  • 17 well-known — adjective 1) well known principles Syn: familiar, widely known, popular, common, everyday, established Ant: abstruse 2) a well known family of architects Syn: famous …

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  • 18 well-known — [adj] familiar, famous acclaimed, big, big name*, celeb*, celebrated, common, conspicuous, eminent, illustrious, important, infamous, in the limelight*, in the public eye*, known, large, leading, name, notable, noted, notorious, outstanding,… …

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  • 19 well-known — Synonyms and related words: acclaimed, back number, banal, bewhiskered, bromidic, celebrated, common, commonly known, commonplace, conspicuous, corny, current, cut and dried, distinguished, fabled, fade, famed, familiar, famous, far famed, far… …

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  • 20 well-known — adjective Date: 15th century fully or widely known …

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