Duly vs. Noted

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  • Duly (adverb)

    In a due, fit, or becoming manner; as it ought to be; properly.

    "The citizen's concern was duly noted in the meeting minutes."

  • Duly (adverb)

    Regularly; at the proper time.

  • Noted (adjective)

    Famous; well known because of one's reputation; celebrated.

  • Duly (adverb)

    in accordance with what is required or appropriate; following proper procedure or arrangement

    "a document duly signed and authorized by the inspector"

    "the ceremony duly began at midnight"

  • Duly (adverb)

    as might be expected or predicted

    "I used the tent and was duly impressed"

  • Noted (adjective)

    well known; famous

    "a noted patron of the arts"

    "the restaurant is noted for its high standards of cuisine"

Oxford Dictionary
  • Duly (adverb)

    In a due, fit, or becoming manner; as it (anything) ought to be; properly; regularly.

  • Noted (adjective)

    Well known by reputation or report; eminent; famous; prominent; celebrated; as, a noted author, or traveler.

Webster Dictionary
  • Duly (adverb)

    at the proper time;

    "she was duly apprised of the raise"

  • Noted (adjective)

    widely known and esteemed;

    "a famous actor"

    "a celebrated musician"

    "a famed scientist"

    "an illustrious judge"

    "a notable historian"

    "a renowned painter"

  • Noted (adjective)

    worthy of notice or attention;

    "a noted increase in the crime rate"

Princeton's WordNet

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