Iconic [adjective]

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I would hike each morning through Brooklyn, over that borough’s iconic bridge, to Fortune’s offices in Manhattan’s South Street Seaport.

Paulson is playing Nurse Mildred Ratched, one of the most iconic villains in movie history.

After reaching an agreement to buy the jeweler, Arnault described it as an “iconic, emblematic brand of America, with a great history,” and said the deal would boost its prospects in Europe and China.

Bell Labs, the iconic company that developed the laser, the transistor, and many of the 20th century’s most innovative technologies, offers an example.

Singaporeans have speculated for months about the origins of the mysterious orb floating on the waterfront next to the city’s iconic Marina Bay Sands Hotel.

His iconic song, “Be Prepared” could easily be called, “Listen Up, Fives, a 10 Is Speaking.”

Jupiter is well known for its iconic, colorful banded clouds and its great red spot.

Still, she continues to pursue ambitious athletic goals, like her childhood dream of climbing the iconic Grand Teton.

The night before we recorded a video about the project for the News Office website, I helped to ensure that the iconic Great Dome and Killian Court were created.

Started by super-producers Swizz Beats and Timbaland, the program was intended to be a showcasing of iconic act versus iconic act to see who had the most hits.