Famous and Hot


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Famous adjective – Of the very best kind.
Usage example: some truly famous Southern-style cooking

Hot and famous are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Hot" instead an adjective "Famous".
Nearby Words: fame, famously, famed, famousness
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Hot adjective – Enjoying widespread favor or approval.
Usage example: was surprised to learn that American jazz has long been hot in Russia

Famous and hot are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Famous" instead an adjective "Hot".
Nearby Word: hotly
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scene famous scene hot scene

Both words in one sentence

  • Although efforts were made during the episode to convince viewers he was every bit as hot and famous as his older brother, even then people knew he was a lesser-known sibling trying to ride on his coattails.
  • Creator / Marilyn Monroe Real Women Have Curves: As Cybil Shepherd famously said about her:"She had curves in places most other women don`t even have places." Sexy Backless Outfit: Several costumes, including in Some Like It Hot and the famous "Happy Birthday" dress (you know, the one in the Smithsonian...).
  • One episode has Marshall have an (imagined) conversation with Kim Kardashian, whom he refers to as "super hot lady who my wife keeps telling me why you're famous but I keep forgetting."
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