from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of great fame; famous; celebrated.
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[To Troilus] My well-famed lord of Troy, no less to you.
I am the son of a rich and well-famed man, Nobuyoshi of Kawachi.
[To TROILUS] My well-famed lord of Troy, no less to you.
a well-famed merchant there, and was by the people called
"Is this a tongue to be used within the walls of an old and well-famed monastery?
"The blind man who came here the other day was the son of a rich and well-famed citizen of Kawachi, called Nobuyoshi.
I am the son of a rich and well-famed man in Kawachi, and I am called Shuntoku-maru. "
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