famously : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a manner or to an extent that is well known
in his famously anecdotal style
- r extremely well
we got along famously
- Bengalis love to celebrate their language, their culture, their politics, their fierce attachment to a city that has been famously "dying" for more than a century.
- Clare Boothe Luce famously said that each President is remembered for a sentence: "He freed the slaves"; "He made the Louisiana Purchase.
- But while they were famously Catholic, the hard-living Kennedys weren't known for being famously devout.
News & Articles
- Theater review: 'Venus in Fur' seductive fun
Oscar Wilde famously said: “Everything in the world is about sex except sex — sex is about power.” That paradox is well-established in David Ives’ dark comedy “Venus in Fur.”
June 22, 2013 - Ashland City Times
- The NHL's Best And Worst Teams For The Buck
San Jose has famously made a heartbreaking habit out of deep, fruitless playoff runs, but that success coupled with middle-of-the-pack spending has made the Sharks the best NHL team for the buck since the last lockout.
June 21, 2013 - Forbes
- History Shows Gold May Drop To As Low As $900 An Oz.---And Still Remain In A Bull Market
Winston Churchill is famously known for having said, "The further back you look, the further ahead you can see," and indeed, historical precedent is one of the few tools we have at our disposal when studying major market trends, and in today's case, the trend in gold.
June 21, 2013 - GoldSeek.com
- John Amaechi in Forbes
Famously, they're saying in 2007 that homophobia is not an issue,Amaechi said. "While (Hardaway) is not a representative of the NBA or of straight men, there's no point pretending it's not an opinion that is out there."
- Sam Mendes in guardian.co.uk
Mendes said: "It seems to me to be one of the great 20th-century lives: he was famously generous, with his extraordinary and unstinting work for his charities, he was a passionate advocate for the adrenaline and danger of his beloved racing cars, he...
- Lawrence Summers in FOXNews
It is this transition from an excess of greed to an excess of fear that President Roosevelt had in mind when he famously observed that the only thing we had to fear was fear itself,Summers said.