Glorious and Known


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Glorious adjective – Having or deserving or conferring glory.
Usage example: a long and glorious career

Known and glorious are semantically related in famous topic. In some cases you can use "Known" instead an adjective "Glorious".
Nearby Words: glory, gloriously, gloria, gloried
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Known adjective – Apprehended with certainty.
Usage example: a known criminal

Glorious and known are semantically related in famous topic. Sometimes you can use "Glorious" instead an adjective "Known".
Nearby Words: know, knowing
Synonyms for Known

Things that words describes

life glorious life known life
work glorious work known work
part glorious part known part
race glorious race known race
Other nouns: name, effect, way, example, world, history, examples.

Both words in one sentence

  • First found on the glorious part of the internet known as 4chan it soon became well known for its intelligence and thought provoking writing.
  • Badass Beard Jack Pattillo of Rooster Teeth's Achievement Hunter is known for two things: sounding almost exactly like cohort Ryan Haywood, and having the most glorious beard among any of the Achievement Hunters.
    Source: Badass Beard
  • Useful Notes / Franco-Prussian War In the alternate history The Legacy of the Glorious, this war is known as the Hohenzollerns' War, after the reigning dynasty in Prussia (although in TTL's Spain it is called King Leopold's War).
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Known and Glorious. (2016). Retrieved 2021, May 08, from
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