Definition of fabled in English:


Syllabification: fa·bled
Pronunciation: /ˈfābəld


  • 1Well known for being of great quality or rarity; famous: 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.
    celebrated, renowned, famed, famous, well-known, legendary, storied, prized, noted, notable, acclaimed, esteemed, prestigious, of repute, of high standing
  • 1.1Mythical; 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.
    legendary, mythical, mythic, mythological, fabulous, folkloric, fairy-tale; fictitious, fantastic, imaginary, imagined, made-up

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