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What is the opposite of unknown?

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Opposite of not known or familiar
“A little known fact is that almost all of the riverfront on all sides of Manhattan is actually loose dirt.”
Opposite of not previously encountered
“One thing that he definitely won't miss is getting acquainted with every postman's worst nightmare, the angry dog.”
Opposite of that has not (yet) been discovered, especially of a location
“The mid-1600s through the 1700s was the Age of Discovery when Europeans began establishing and developing trade in their newly discovered areas.”
Opposite of having an unknown or unnamed identity
“With anonymizers, hot-mail accounts, and overseas service providers, the investigation of these cases can prove problematic unless we have an identified suspect.”
Opposite of not famous
“Seizing the moment, she introduced herself to the famous film director.”
Opposite of not to one's knowledge
“I understand that you were apprised of the situation from its earliest stages, although not directly involved.”
Opposite of unusual or uncharacteristic of what one is used to
Opposite of secretive in nature
“How long can we keep this disaster quiet before it becomes public?”
(of a plan or issue) Opposite of still to be settled
Opposite of interestingly new or unusual
“The script is hackneyed, riddled with stereotypes, and offers nothing that hasn't been seen in every single gangster film ever made.”
Opposite of mysterious or difficult to understand
“Students perceived narrative to have much more overt meaning in contrast with the more covert manner in which meaning can be expressed in poetry.”
Opposite of not disclosed
Opposite of lasting for an unknown or unstated length of time
Opposite of intended to be kept secret
“The two leaders have agreed to engage in a public discussion.”
Opposite of not fixed or certain
Fixed rates started creeping up at the end of last summer in anticipation of increases in the base rate.”
Opposite of significantly foreign in nature
“My parents have stayed in their native homeland for most of their lives as they don't like being out of their comfort zone.”
Opposite of in disguise
Opposite of ambiguous
Opposite of a non-famous person
“He cultivated his role as a celebrity with all the assiduity common to our media stars today.”
Opposite of a foreigner or newly-arrived person at a given place
Opposite of a mere possibility or unknown quantity
“The products they offer are so unique that it was a certainty for me that I wanted to be a part of this!”
Opposite of one who has suddenly gained wealth, power, or other prominence, but either has not received social acceptance or has become arrogant or presumptuous
Opposite of something unrevealed or difficult to know
“He surprised his family with a revelation that he would be migrating to France.”
Opposite of past participle for to acquire new information or skill
“I hope that others can assemble the jagged rhythms of my stories to unlearn common misperceptions about vernacular English.”
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