Great and Historic


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Great adjective – Having or showing exceptional knowledge, experience, or skill in a field of endeavor.
Historic and great are semantically related in impressive topic. In some cases you can use "Historic" instead an adjective "Great".
Nearby Words: greatly, greatness
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Historic adjective – Having great meaning or lasting effect.
Usage example: a historic peace agreement between the two nations

Great and historic are semantically related in impressive topic. Sometimes you can use "Great" instead an adjective "Historic".
Nearby Words: history, historical, historically, historian, historicity
Synonyms for Historic

Things that words describes

people great people historic people
interest great interest historic interest
importance great importance historic importance
knowledge great knowledge historic knowledge
Other nouns: place, example, characters, battle, moments.

Both words in one sentence

  • Literature / The Roman Mystery Scrolls However, he is not regarded as a con man, as historic Romans placed great stock in things of that nature.
  • Awesome Moment of Crowning Anybody who wins a major election, a recent and great example being the historic inauguration of President Barack Obama.
  • Tour Guide: Besides its beautiful historic architecture, Munich was the home of many great writers, such as Thomas Mann.
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