Synonyms for Celebrated:

adj.

all (adjective)
famous, Famed, noted, illustrious, renowned, notable, far-famed.
distinguished, famous (adjective)
great, popular, glorious, renowned, important, preeminent, notable, eminent, acclaimed, storied, well-known, Famed, prominent, illustrious.
noble (adjective)
dignified, royal, majestic, knightly, kingly, imposing, lordly, aristocratic, imperial, heroic, great, sovereign, stately, august, noble, patrician, magisterial, regal, queen-like, distinguished, ladylike, courtly, princely, baronial, grand.
observed (adjective)
observed.
reputable (adjective)
fabled, reputed, esteemed, well-known, notable, legendary, exalted, acclaimed, elevated, preeminent, renowned, illustrious, noteworthy, notorious, memorable, pronounced, famous, mythical, Famed, remarkable, popular, prominent, distinguished.
respected (adjective)
honored.

n.

infamous, the one and only. knowledge, eminent, redoubtable, prestigious, respect. celebrated (noun)
historied, storied, famous, noted, Famed, renowned, illustrious, notable, far-famed, glorious, known.
famous (noun)
important, study at famous.

v.

celebrated (verb)
observed, Frolicked, proclaimed, Feted, Saluted, Commemorated, Trumpeted, Caroused, hailed, made merry, venerated, Memorialized, Enjoyed, Exulted, acclaimed, honored, Praised, Solemnized, hallowed, glorified, Inaugurated, Lauded, Rejoiced, jubilated, partied, Reveled, Cheered.
distinguished (verb)
eminent.

Other synonyms:

infamous, prestigious. redoubtable. glorious
glorious.
Other relevant words:
historied, redoubtable, eminent, noted, storied, prestigious, important, known, far-famed, glorious, infamous.

Usage examples for celebrated

  1. In the year 1696, Southern brought forward his celebrated tragedy of Oronooko, by means of which many became enlightened upon the subject, and interested in it. – The History of the Rise, Progress and Accomplishment of the Abolition of the African Slave Trade by the British Parliament (1808), Vol. I by Thomas Clarkson
  2. Of course, this set all the ladies of the kingdom in a rage after " Cobden's prints," which immediately became as celebrated in the market as did Cobden's speeches a few years afterward. – Sketches of Reforms and Reformers, of Great Britain and Ireland by Henry B. Stanton
  3. Here their marriage was to be celebrated – Pictures of Sweden by Hans Christian Andersen