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Brush with fame


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Brush with fame means a brief moment where a person is famous.

Sample Usage

1) The happy young man had a brush with fame when he appeared on the news.

2) I had a brush with fame when I put that article on ISC! I got 2000 responses in a single day!

3) All professors of that department had a brush with fame when all their students passed with distinction.


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