Famous and Noble

Famous

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

Noble is a synonym for famous in distinguished topic. In some cases you can use "Noble" instead an adjective "Famous", when it comes to topics like legendary.
Nearby Words: fame, famously, famed, famousness
Synonyms for Famous

Noble

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Noble adjective – Of the very best kind.
Usage example: a noble racehorse

Famous is a synonym for noble in distinguished topic. Sometimes you can use "Famous" instead an adjective "Noble".
Nearby Words: nobility, nobleness, nobly
Synonyms for Noble

Things that words describes

person famous person noble person
character famous character noble character
hero famous hero noble hero
man famous man noble man
Other nouns: people, part, family, line, example, characters, version, father, heroes.

Both words in one sentence

  • Synopsis: As a young boy he had always wished to be a knight, to be as famous and noble as the heroes of his stories.
  • Useful Notes / Tsarist Russia Ilya Ulyanov's father Nikolay had been a freed serf.. There is also a persistent theory that Joseph Stalin was a bastard son of the Polish-Russian noble and famous explorer Przhevalsky (as they show an uncanny likeness).
  • Historical Villain Upgrade Although not without noble qualities, he is for the most part arrogant, sadistic, and only interested in his innate talent so much as it can make him rich and famous.
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