afsonadan iborat bo'lgan, o'ylab chiqarilgan, xayoliy, uydirma, to'qima
Adjective(1) celebrated in fable or legend
(1) At the time President Jefferson himself entertained notions that fabled creatures like woolly mammoths might still live in the huge wilderness he had recently claimed with a stroke of his pen.(2) Thus some people could infer, or imagine having glimpsed, the fabled lake creature.(3) He'd explore the catacomb level underneath the arena and end up sitting at the knees of fabled celebrities.(4) The fabled financier noted that he was paying $2,264 for a year's worth of property taxes on a Southern California home valued at $4 million.(5) I peered over the rock which me and Sara were heroically hiding behind to get a good look at the fabled creatures.(6) Facing record property tax demands and winter storm repair bills, some of Hollywood's best-known celebrities are turning landlord for the summer - and renting out their homes along the fabled Malibu shore.(7) The fabled and celebrated people of New York do not as a rule live in those neighborhoods; but ordinary people do, and life there is not the same as it is in, say, the East 60s or the West Side of Manhattan.(8) Moreover, a shaky economy a weak American dollar and declining tourism are hurting sales at some of Paris's fabled art galleries.(9) The friar called them Amazons, after the fabled female warriors of Greek mythology, and the Amazon River was named for them.(10) The presence of these armaments in the hands of civilian officers has disabled any last thought that the fabled Posse Comitatus Act might save the populace from the deadly force designed to vanquish foreign armies.(11) He relinquishes this fabled sword to fellow esteemed warrior Yu Shu Lien, who he has loved in secret just as she has loved him.(12) Many legends have spoke on its great and fabled powers, saying that it has the ability to drop gold and prolong life, so on.(13) 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.(14) The fabled wealth of Ethiopia pre-dates the medieval Prester John legend by many centuries.(15) By this time, Khardzhiev's expertise and fabled collection had become the object of pilgrimages by scholars from both East and West.(16) Of course he has never been particularly fabled for his infallibility.
(1) fable :: afsona
1. legendary ::
2. celebrated ::
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