/ (ˈfeɪməslɪ) /

  1. well-known: her famously relaxed manner

  2. very well: the two got on famously

Words Nearby famously

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How to use famously in a sentence

  • You're so nice and young, and you're doing famously at the bank!

    Jane Journeys On | Ruth Comfort Mitchell
  • We've had a pretty hard pull, you and I, but we're coming out famously.

    The Diamond Coterie | Lawrence L. Lynch
  • During the weeks of my return he had seemed to pick up famously, until we had almost begun to hope.

    The Wasted Generation | Owen Johnson
  • Really, Mr. Power, you and I will get on famously together if we tell each other the real truth.

  • Dunois was the one man in the place who could pretend to some education, and the two got on together famously.