That much is well known.
“Is he very well-known?
He is a well-known British writer.
Sled dogs have well-known roots in human prehistory.
Because also, at this point, I was already well known.
On the other hand, there are also some well known arguments to the contrary.
“It is certainly well known that Russia possesses those kinds of capabilities.
The sophistication and inventiveness of Grice’s work is well-known.
The most well known puzzle is that of the cat on the mat, which comes in two versions.
The well-known brands reassure new customers that the store is legitimate.
The basic outlines of the Boeing 737 MAX tragedy are already well known—or should be well known.
However, there is one much less well-known type of fungus with an unusual but potentially very important power.
The Big Island is well known for its coffee and macadamia nuts, but what’s less well known is that it's also a major producer of chocolate.
Whisky Galore (1949; U.S. title Tight Little Island) and The Lavender Hill Mob (1951) are other well-known productions in the Ealing style.
He was a resourceful publicist, and by the end of the 1950s Woburn Abbey was a name well known to the British public; by the 1960s it was almost as well known abroad.
He's a well-known jihadist from a well-known jihadist family who was active on social media from Syria and was closely linked to both the cyber-caliphate activities of Junaid Hussain and the cell of UK fighters who controlled the Western hostages in Raqqa.
Credit investors have been inundated with action over the past month, as municipal bond ETFs trade at steep discounts, ratings agencies downgrade well-known companies' debt to junk status, and investors call well-known distressed players to try and get money in their funds.
well “He gave a well-prepared speech” but “his speech was well prepared”; “She liked a well-done steak” but “she liked her steak well done”; “A well-known song” but “the song was well known” (but note that, as with famous, if something is well known it is not normally necessary to say so)
Turnell is a well-known figure in Yangon – where his alliance with Aung San Suu Kyi is equally well-known – and would regularly hold public talks on developments in Myanmar’s economy, drawing significant crowds from across the country’s tight-knit expatriate community, and its domestic elite.
But his father, Meliton Balanchivadze, was a well-known Georgian composer who moved with his wife, daughter, Tamara, and younger son, Andrei - later a well-known Soviet composer - to Tiflis (now Tbilisi) in 1918 to be part of the short-lived Socialist Government of the independent Menshevik Georgian Republic.
- widely or fully known
Example: a well-known politician
- frequently experienced; known closely or intimately
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But his father Meliton Balanchivadze was a well-known Georgian composer who moved with his wife daughter Tamara and younger son Andrei - later a well-known Soviet composer - to Tiflis now Tbilisi in 1918 to be part of the short-lived Socialist Government of the independent Menshevik Georgian Republic