Definitions for better-known
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word better-known
more familiar or renowned than the other of two
"the better-known book of the two"
The numerical value of better-known in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of better-known in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
This is one of the better-known treatments for poison ivy or irritated skin.
People are on social media to have fun and be entertained, twitter in Indonesia is better known as the place for news, debate and politics. So it attracts the more serious, older crowd.
I think as a general matter that Jeb Bush does not want to be engaged in combat with Donald Trump, because you're distracting from your own message and your own ability to get better known if you're just known for fighting with somebody, in this case, because Jeb's brother was attacked, there's no doubt that he's going to come out strong and be aggressive.
Well, in this sense it is. Look, I mean, obviously, Vermont and New Hampshire are separated by a river, we are close states, but you know what? Secretary Clinton won this state in 2008. Her husband ran several campaigns in this state. When we began this campaign here in New Hampshire, we were 30 points down in the polls and she was much better known in this state than I was.
The Justice Department's decision to close the IRS targeting investigation without a single charge or prosecution is a low point of accountability in an administration that is better known for punishing whistleblowers than the abuse and misconduct they expose, after stating that their investigation confirms that tea party and conservative groups were improperly targeted, they dismiss it merely as a byproduct of gross mismanagement and incompetence -- ignoring volumes of evidence in the public record and efforts to obstruct legitimate inquires.
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