Famous and Mean


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

Mean and famous are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Mean" instead an adjective "Famous".
Nearby Words: fame, famously, famed, famousness
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Mean adjective – Of the very best kind.
Usage example: I'm a mean dancer, so you could do worse than go to the prom with me

Famous and mean are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Famous" instead an adjective "Mean".
Nearby Words: means, meaning, meanness, meant, meanly
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Things that words describes

person famous person mean person
man famous man mean man
part famous part mean part
case famous case mean case
Other nouns: characters, game, words, shot, version, poem, player, video, monsters.

Both words in one sentence

  • Perhaps the most famous TOS Alternate Character Interpretation of all: the nature of Kirk and Spock's relation ship By which we mean, they were the love of each others' lives.
  • They're fine with it, although Max doesn't want to read anything in case it influences him, and they both think that "Kurtofsky" sounds like a mean, famous, Russian ballerina.
  • Just because you're famous doesn't mean you're immune from disasters and apocalyptic scenarios.
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Mean and Famous. (2016). Retrieved 2020, October 29, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/famous/mean
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