Known and Notable

Known

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Known adjective – Apprehended with certainty.
Usage example: a known criminal

Notable and known are semantically related. in recognized topic. In some cases you can use "Notable" instead an adjective "Known".
Nearby Words: know, knowing
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Notable

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Notable adjective – Widely known and esteemed.
Usage example: a notable historian

Known and notable are semantically related. You can use "Known" instead an adjective "Notable".
Nearby Words: noted, notably, notability, noting
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Things that words describes

person known person notable person
people known people notable people
role known role notable role
part known part notable part
Other nouns: member, appearance, series, use, example, characters, game, instance, version, actor, works, exception, elements, stories, actors, cases, victims, songs, examples, members, roles, villains, exceptions.

Both words in one sentence

  • References to notable moments from the Original Series and/or The Wrath of Khan, also known by television writers as "the ones I've seen" (or seen parodies of).
  • Ascended Extra: The series is notable for focusing on lesser known characters, such as Derfel and Sagramore, instead of more famous characters such as Gawain, Kay and Bedivere.
  • Sigma - The particular continuity notable for the existence of approximately twenty children (known) entrusted with advanced analysis technology.
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