famous, great, renowned, illustrious, historied, distinguished, notable, far-famed, well-known, study at famous, prominent, preeminent, eminent, respect, storied, celebrated, known, famed, knowledge, redoubtable, prestigious, notorious, noteworthy, noticeable
indicated (part of speech: verb)
cued, marked, labeled, nodded, guided, signaled, gesticulated, notified, motioned, pointed out, symbolized, flagged, waved, shrugged, alerted, pointed, denoted, winked, prompted, designated, branded, beckoned, stamped, tagged, nudged, ticketed, gestured, betokened, indicated
chronicled (part of speech: verb)
listed (part of speech: verb)
digested, audited, filed, stored, scored, scheduled, checked, recounted, summarized, budgeted, booked, documented, tabulated, detailed, tallied, itemized, tabled, totaled, collected, counted, invoiced, listed
recorded (part of speech: verb)
tabulated (part of speech: adjective)
- " She does not care for him in the least," she said to herself, as she noted Helen's conduct with a young officer present. - "One Maid's Mischief", George Manville Fenn.
- He noted mechanically that she had a very determined mouth, and that her colour was higher than usual. - "A Daughter of the Vine", Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton.
- Westerling noted the smile playing on the lips. - "The Last Shot", Frederick Palmer.