Hall-of-fame



noun
1.
a national shrine in New York City commemorating the names of outstanding Americans.
2.
a room, building, etc., set aside to honor outstanding individuals in any profession, locality, nation, or the like.
3.
a number of individuals acclaimed as outstanding in a particular profession, field of endeavor, locality, or the like.
noun (mainly US & Canadian) (sometimes not capitals)
1.
a building containing plaques or busts honouring famous people
2.
a group of famous people

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