Illustrious [adjective]

Definition of Illustrious:

famous, prominent

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Sentence/Example of Illustrious:

It’s a tough break for Swan, the former CFO who had a long and illustrious career in finance before ending up as the surprise pick for CEO at Intel almost exactly two years ago.

Previously, 2016 had held that illustrious title—and global warming records are getting broken faster and faster.

The illustrious Blue Ivy Carter has a resumé most adults would envy.

William Pitt, earl of Chatham, a most illustrious English statesman, died.

Those illustrious heroes of antiquity became the companions of her solitude and of her hourly thoughts.

Disgusted with the frivolity of the living, she sought solace for her wounded feelings in companionship with the illustrious dead.

Jane was thus prepared by Providence for that career which she rendered so illustrious through her talents and her sufferings.

Her illustrious father found her when even a child as to age, quite his companion as to comprehension and mental capacities.

There were hundreds of thousands in France, the most illustrious in rank and opulence, who would join such an army.

Her husband became more illustrious through that brilliance she was ever anxious to reflect upon him.