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Example Sentences for "fame"

A Hindu swami once noted that ambition to earn fame in the world, to gain some position of authority over men, to lead a luxurious life can never ensure mental peace.

While he was alive his career was going nowhere, but he quickly achieved fame and became a cult figure after his death in a car accident.

She gained fame through her acting career, but many people didn't realize that she was also an excellent athlete.

Sri Lanka achieved international fame for its spices during its colonial period.

Edward R.

Murrow once observed that fame is morally neutral.

The band had one hit, and then went from fame to total obscurity in a couple of years.

Julie Burchill once suggested that fame is no sanctuary from the passing of youth, suicide is much easier and more acceptable in Hollywood than growing old gracefully.

Rainer Rilke once suggested that fame is the sum of the misunderstanding that gathers about a new name.

William Shakespeare wrote, "He lives in fame that died in virtue's cause.

" Monaco's fame as a popular tourist destination is widespread.

His fame was at its zenith at that time.

It is not so much money as fame that he wanted.

He is always seeking for fame and wealth.

He won fame by the novel.

He hoped to find fame as a poet.

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