Eminent and Known


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Eminent adjective – Standing above others in rank, importance, or achievement.
Known and eminent are semantically related in prominent topic. In some cases you can use "Known" instead an adjective "Eminent", when it comes to topics like famous.
Nearby Words: eminence, eminently
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Known adjective – Apprehended with certainty.
Eminent and known are semantically related in prominent topic. Sometimes you can use "Eminent" instead an adjective "Known", if it concerns topics such as famous.
Nearby Words: know, knowing
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actors eminent actors known actors
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  • Apathetic Citizens Eliot Aronson, an eminent psychologist cites another, lesser-known case of a woman called Eleanor Bradley in his book The Social Animal after mentioning Genovese.
  • Distant Finale The epilogue, known as Cahpter 7: "Lion" is set five years later and has Garcian, having reverted back to his Emir identity, fulfilling a final mission on Battleship Island, eliminating the last few Heaven Smiles and either killing or sparing eminent Japanese politician Kenjiro Matsuoka.
  • Useful Notes / Pulitzer Prize In The Twilight Zone episode "The Bard", hack writer Julius Moomer dreams of becoming an "eminent, well-known, highly popular, beloved Wurlitzer prize-winner".note Wurlitzer is a company that makes vending machines, jukeboxes and musical instruments.
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