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Celebrated vs. Famous

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Celebratedadjective

famous or widely praised

‘She became a celebrated actress, but never won any major awards.’;

Famousadjective

Well known.

Celebratedverb

simple past tense and past participle of celebrate

Famousadjective

In the public eye.

‘Some people are only famous within their city.’;

Celebratedadjective

Having celebrity; distinguished; renowned.

‘Celebrated for the politeness of his manners.’;

Famousverb

To make famous; to bring renown to.

Celebratedadjective

widely known and esteemed;

‘a famous actor’; ‘a celebrated musician’; ‘a famed scientist’; ‘an illustrious judge’; ‘a notable historian’; ‘a renowned painter’;

Famousadjective

Celebrated in fame or public report; renowned; mach talked of; distinguished in story; - used in either a good or a bad sense, chiefly the former; often followed by for; as, famous for erudition, for eloquence, for military skill; a famous pirate.

‘Famous for a scolding tongue.’;

Celebratedadjective

having an illustrious past

Famousadjective

widely known and esteemed;

‘a famous actor’; ‘a celebrated musician’; ‘a famed scientist’; ‘an illustrious judge’; ‘a notable historian’; ‘a renowned painter’;

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