Historic and Landmark

Historic

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Historic adjective – Having great meaning or lasting effect.
Landmark and historic are semantically related. in famous topic. In some cases you can use "Landmark" instead the word "Historic" as an adjective or a noun.
Nearby Words: history, historical, historically, historian, historicity
Synonyms for Historic

Landmark

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Landmark noun – A point in a chain of events at which an important change (as in one's fortunes) occurs.
Historic and landmark are semantically related. You can use "Historic" instead an adjective "Landmark".
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  • Series / Barney Miller The discovery of the gun leads to the building being designated a historic landmark and sold to developers in the episodes that follow, three-part series finale "Landmark".
  • Web Original / Orion's Arm Earth is fairly insignificant as far as interstellar politics are concerned, but it's still a historic landmark.
  • However in the finale when King Longhorn kicks down a "historic landmark", suddenly that's due cause for her to finally step up and do something.
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