Famous and Miraculous


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Famous adjective – Widely known.
Miraculous and famous are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Miraculous" instead an adjective "Famous".
Nearby Words: fame, famously, famed, famousness
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Miraculous adjective – Being so extraordinary or abnormal as to suggest powers which violate the laws of nature.
Famous and miraculous are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Famous" instead an adjective "Miraculous".
Nearby Words: miracle, miraculously
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events famous events miraculous events

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  • Living Legend Laurana became famous on both sides as the Golden General due to her miraculous rout of the evil army at the High Clerist's Tower and the repeated victories she won against numerically superior enemy armies during the Vingaard Campaign.
    Source: Living Legend
  • Discworld / Going Postal Face Death with Dignity: Once Moist finally accepts that no, he's not going to receive a miraculous last-second reprieve from the gallows, he becomes surprisingly calm and actually manages some dignified, memorable Famous Last Words.
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