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The example sentences of FAME in videos (15 in total of 450)

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of preposition or subordinating conjunction fame proper noun, singular , and coordinating conjunction the determiner next adjective year noun, singular or mass was verb, past tense inducted verb, past participle into preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner rock proper noun, singular and coordinating conjunction roll proper noun, singular hall proper noun, singular of preposition or subordinating conjunction fame proper noun, singular .
much proper noun, singular of preposition or subordinating conjunction his possessive pronoun fame noun, singular or mass came verb, past tense from preposition or subordinating conjunction posthumous adjective proper noun, singular and coordinating conjunction very adverb loose adjective proper noun, singular adaptations noun, plural of preposition or subordinating conjunction his possessive pronoun work noun, singular or mass .
discovered verb, past participle in preposition or subordinating conjunction 1939 cardinal number by preposition or subordinating conjunction robert proper noun, singular oppenheimer proper noun, singular - of preposition or subordinating conjunction atomic adjective bomb noun, singular or mass fame noun, singular or mass - along preposition or subordinating conjunction with preposition or subordinating conjunction his possessive pronoun student noun, singular or mass
a determiner hall proper noun, singular of preposition or subordinating conjunction fame proper noun, singular quarterback noun, singular or mass steve proper noun, singular young proper noun, singular and coordinating conjunction music noun, singular or mass from preposition or subordinating conjunction light noun, singular or mass denim noun, singular or mass now adverb just adverb to to clarify verb, base form hall proper noun, singular of preposition or subordinating conjunction fame proper noun, singular
he personal pronoun began verb, past tense indulging verb, gerund or present participle in preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner excesses noun, plural that preposition or subordinating conjunction come adjective with preposition or subordinating conjunction fame noun, singular or mass - drugs noun, plural , alcohol noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction women noun, plural .
so adverb , in preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner classic adjective scheme noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction fame proper noun, singular , money proper noun, singular and coordinating conjunction power proper noun, singular , she personal pronoun has verb, 3rd person singular present already adverb got verb, past participle the determiner fame noun, singular or mass , just adverb
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what wh-pronoun should modal we personal pronoun call verb, non-3rd person singular present this determiner wall noun, singular or mass whole adjective wall noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction fame noun, singular or mass the determiner wall noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction fame noun, singular or mass , baby noun, singular or mass ?
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and coordinating conjunction he personal pronoun was verb, past tense rightly adverb inducted verb, past participle into preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner wwe proper noun, singular hall proper noun, singular of preposition or subordinating conjunction fame proper noun, singular in preposition or subordinating conjunction 2015 cardinal number ,
become verb, base form best adjective, superlative friends noun, plural in preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner best adjective, superlative friend noun, singular or mass 's possessive ending hall noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction fame noun, singular or mass which wh-determiner there existential there is verb, 3rd person singular present no determiner best adjective, superlative friend noun, singular or mass 's possessive ending hall noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction fame noun, singular or mass
her possessive pronoun star noun, singular or mass on preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner walk proper noun, singular of preposition or subordinating conjunction fame proper noun, singular and coordinating conjunction entry noun, singular or mass into preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner american proper noun, singular theater proper noun, singular hall proper noun, singular of preposition or subordinating conjunction fame proper noun, singular in preposition or subordinating conjunction november proper noun, singular
forgiven noun, singular or mass graham proper noun, singular in preposition or subordinating conjunction 2004 cardinal number when wh-adverb he personal pronoun was verb, past tense inducted verb, past participle into preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner hall proper noun, singular of preposition or subordinating conjunction fame proper noun, singular .

Use "fame" in a sentence | "fame" example sentences

How to use "fame" in a sentence?

  • If we have youth, beauty, blessed gifts, strength, if we find fame, fortune, favor, fulfillment, it is easy to be nice, to turn a warm heart to the world.
    -Oliver Sacks-
  • Ah woe is me, through all my daysWisdom and wealth I both have got,And fame and name and great men's praise;But Love, ah! Love I have it not.
    -Henry Cuyler Bunner-
  • Good sense, good health, good conscience, and good fame,--all these belong to virtue, and all prove that virtue has a title to your love.
    -William Cowper-
  • Reputation is favorable notoriety as distinguished from fame, which is permanent approval of great deeds and noble thoughts by the best intelligence of mankind.
    -George William Curtis-
  • Better and sweeter than health, or friends, or money, or fame, or ease, or prosperity, is the adorable will of our God.
    -Hannah Whitall Smith-
  • Success is about having, excellence is about being. Success is about having money and fame, but excellence is being the best you can be.
    -Mike Ditka-
  • We want men to rule the nation who care more for and love better the nation's welfare than gold and silver, fame or popularity.
    -Brigham Young-
  • I'm not after fame and success and fortune and power. It's mostly that I want to have a good job and have good friends; that's the good stuff in life.
    -Drew Barrymore-

Definition and meaning of FAME

What does "fame mean?"

/fām/

fame

noun
state of being known by many people.

What are synonyms of "fame"?
Some common synonyms of "fame" are:
  • renown,
  • celebrity,
  • stardom,
  • popularity,
  • notability,
  • note,
  • distinction,
  • prominence,
  • esteem,
  • importance,
  • account,
  • consequence,
  • greatness,
  • eminence,
  • preeminence,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/rəˈnoun/

renown
noun

Fame and admiration.

/səˈlebrədē/

celebrity
noun

famous person.

/ˈstärdəm/

stardom
noun

The status of being acknowledged as a star.

/ˌpäpyəˈlerədē/

popularity
noun

State of being liked or supported by many people.

/ˌnōdəˈbilədē/

notability
noun

fact or quality of being notable.

/nōt/

note
noun verb

brief record of points or ideas. notice or pay attention to.

/dəˈstiNG(k)SH(ə)n/

distinction
noun

A prize of award for a high level of achievement.

/ˈprämənəns/

prominence
noun

state of being famous or noticeable.

/əˈstēm/

esteem
noun verb

Feeling of respect or admiration regarding someone. To regard with great respect or admiration.

/imˈpôrtns/

importance
noun

state or fact of being of great significance or value.

/əˈkount/

account
noun verb

An invoice for things bought. consider or regard.

/ˈkänsikwəns/

consequence
noun

result or effect.

/ˈɡrātnəs/

greatness
noun

Property of outstanding importance or eminence.

/ˈemənəns/

eminence
noun

fame or acknowledged superiority.

/prēˈemənəns/

preeminence
noun

fact of surpassing all others.

What are antonyms of "fame"?
Some common antonyms of "fame" are:
  • obscurity,
  • disgrace,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/əbˈskyo͝orədē/

obscurity
noun

state of being unknown or unimportant.

/disˈɡrās/

disgrace
noun verb

loss of reputation. bring shame or discredit on.

Is "fame" countable or uncountable noun?

The word "fame" is a countable noun.

The plural of "fame" is "fames".

Phrases and Idioms that contain "fame"

of — fame

having a particular famous association; famous for having or being —.

having a particular famous association; famous for having or being —.

Claim to Fame

Unusual feature or offering

Unusual feature or offering

claim to fame

a reason for being regarded as unusual or noteworthy.

a reason for being regarded as unusual or noteworthy.

15 minutes of fame

A brief period of celebrity or notoriety. The term was coined by artist Andy ...

A brief period of celebrity or notoriety. The term was coined by artist Andy Warhol.

a claim to fame

COMMON A person or place's claim to fame is something quite important or int ...

COMMON A person or place's claim to fame is something quite important or interesting that they have done or that is connected with them.