Definition of fabled in English:

fabled

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Pronunciation: /ˈfeɪbəld
 
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adjective

[attributive]
1Famous, especially by reputation: a fabled art collection
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  • Darren Yeadon has spent the past two years in Italy working with marble from Carrara, which has gained a fabled reputation among sculptors across the globe.
  • The regiment's mission placed it firmly and directly astride the famous, fabled, historic Fulda Gap.
  • Moreover, a shaky economy a weak American dollar and declining tourism are hurting sales at some of Paris's fabled art galleries.
Synonyms
celebrated, renowned, famed, famous, well known, (rightly) prized, much publicized, noted, notable, distinguished, acclaimed, illustrious, pre-eminent, prominent, great, esteemed, prestigious, well thought of, of note, of consequence, of repute, of high standing
2Mythical; imaginary: the fabled kingdom
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  • The fabled wealth of Ethiopia pre-dates the medieval Prester John legend by many centuries.
  • Many legends have spoke on its great and fabled powers, saying that it has the ability to drop gold and prolong life, so on.
  • He relinquishes this fabled sword to fellow esteemed warrior Yu Shu Lien, who he has loved in secret just as she has loved him.
Synonyms
legendary, mythical, mythic, mythological, fabulous, folkloric, fairy-tale, heroic, traditional; fictitious, imaginary, imagined, made up, unreal, hypothetical, fantastic, proverbial, apocryphal; allegorical, symbolic, parabolic

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