from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. comparative form of well-known: more well-known
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. more familiar or renowned than the other of two. Antonym of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. more familiar or renowned than the other of two
Sorry, no etymologies found.
One of the better-known Americans to have lost his groove during the Revolution was Yankee Doodle.
Instead, Pawlenty calmly repeated an answer he's honed over the months as better-known GOP candidates have continued to flirt with running in 2012: "It's the flavor-of-the-month phenomenon where somebody new emerges and there's the initial buzz around that candidate."
These and some better-known impacts -- proliferation of invasive plants and fish, greater frequency and intensity of wildfires, and declines in wildlife populations that depend on sea ice and glaciers -- are outlined in a recent National Park Service report.
For even though the plot of "Lemon Sky" is well worn and the premise predictable, Alan tells his tale of woe with a transfiguring intensity far removed from the soft-centered sentimentality of such better-known Wilson plays as "Burn This."
Like Mike Huckabee four years ago, Mr. Santorum outworked the rest of the field in Iowa to beat better-known rivals who spent more money than he did.
Some of Mr. Hellman's better-known exploits wound up becoming civic battles, like an effort to build an underground parking lot in Golden Gate Park that took eight years and $5 million in legal fees to accomplish.
Analysts said the downgrade was unlikely to affect interest rates since better-known American agencies like Moody's and Fitch have decided to leave the United States with its top AAA rating.
The Goodlettsville, Tenn., retailer of low-price goods has continued to see its performance improve as it has opened new stores and added better-known brands of merchandise.
An even better-known Southern California doctor who, despite having no specific training in immunology or public health, is an outspoken proponent of “working with” vaccine denialists is Bob Sears.
The move is part of an effort by Houlihan, among the better-known Wall Street restructuring shops, to build up business in the traditional M&A space and tackle deals that don't necessarily fit a particular category given the stubborn economic landscape.