Origin of fame
OTHER WORDS FROM famefameless, adjectiveoutfame, verb (used with object), out·famed, out·fam·ing.self-fame, noun
How to use fame in a sentence
This week, Shallal is joined by chef José Andrés, whose work with the humanitarian nonprofit World Central Kitchen may have eclipsed his fame as one of Washington’s favorite chefs.The best things to do — virtually and in person — while social distancing in the D.C. area|Fritz Hahn, Hau Chu|November 12, 2020|Washington Post
Unlike Beyoncé, though, none of them appear particularly interested in the fame, if they’re even cognizant of it.Local campaign officials are becoming election-week celebrities. They’re too busy to notice.|Travis Andrews, Ashley Fetters|November 6, 2020|Washington Post
When Dolly the sheep was born in 1996, she instantly achieved worldwide fame for being the first-ever animal to be cloned from an adult cell.This Baby Horse Was Cloned Using DNA That Was Frozen for 40 Years|Vanessa Bates Ramirez|November 5, 2020|Singularity Hub
These reality TV newcomers thought they were ready for fame.How ‘Big Brother’ (barely) redeemed itself after one of the most boring seasons ever|Emily Yahr|October 29, 2020|Washington Post
Look no further than Naguib Mahfouz, the Egyptian novelist whose 1988 prize catapulted him to global fame.