Famous and Mythical

Famous

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Famous adjective – Widely known.
Mythical and famous are semantically related in legendary topic. In some cases you can use "Mythical" instead an adjective "Famous".
Nearby Words: fame, famously, famed, famousness
Synonyms for Famous

Mythical

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Mythical adjective – Based on, described in, or being a myth.
Famous and mythical are semantically related in legendary topic. Sometimes you can use "Famous" instead an adjective "Mythical".
Nearby Words: myth, mythic
Synonyms for Mythical

Things that words describes

character famous character mythical character
hero famous hero mythical hero
people famous people mythical people
figure famous figure mythical figure
Other nouns: characters, story, figures, version, heroes, monsters.

Both words in one sentence

  • Jackass Genie Later in the movie, Abis Mal muses out loud about wishing for a famous treasure chest of some mythical king.
    Source: Jackass Genie
  • Heavy Mithril Another famous fantasy opera is The Magic Flute by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, which takes place in a mythical world heavily influenced by Masonic themes.
    Source: Heavy Mithril
  • Public Domain Artifact aka: Kusanagi A famous, usually completely mythical, conveniently uncopyrighted, yet instantaneously recognizable item from the realms of history, literature, or legend (if not all three).
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