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Sentence count:129+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-10Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: badbasedisgracefulevillownotoriousoutrageousscandalousshamefulterriblewickedAntonym: famousSimilar words: famousunfamiliarclamourinfantin factparamourrainfallinfantryMeaning: ['ɪnfəməs]  adj. having an exceedingly bad reputation. 
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1. He is infamous for his dishonesty.
2. The list included the infamous George Drake, a double murderer.
3. He was infamous for his anti-feminist attitudes.
4. He's infamous for his bigoted sense of humour.
5. This area is infamous for drugs and prostitution.
6. I was shocked by her infamous behaviour.
7. The ship crashed into the infamous Sker Point rocks and broke into three pieces.
8. So why not drive the infamous geezer?
8. try its best to gather and build good sentences.
9. When he uttered his infamous words' Read my lips.
10. Death, after all, was what the region was infamous for.
11. Going round in circles Meetings are infamous for getting stuck and going round in circles.
12. The night club is named after New Orleans' infamous red light district.
13. He was a member of the regime's infamous secret police.
14. Anonymous but infamous in death, they are the suicide bombers who killed 14 people last month in a Jerusalem market.
15. The infamous barrage of bouncers at Close and Edrich, Old Trafford 1976.
16. Up to the infamous Distillers bid, Saunders did much to revive the brewing group's fortunes and expand its activities.
17. And Rod, infamous for his years of rock star excess, insisted he had no worries about Ruby going into showbiz.
18. In his lifetime he was famous, or infamous, as a satirist, a journalist and a political polemicist.
19. The most infamous example of that is his dumb and dumber, fourth-and-one call against Philadelphia from his own 29.
20. Henry was infamous for his impatience and his refusal to put up with nonsense.
21. Larry Flynt presents the infamous pornographer as a likable slob who faced down the big guys and won.
22. The children were invited to the farm to play, to swim with other local children in the now infamous quarry.
23. In some individual neighborhoods, the population density is three times greater than in the infamous slums of Calcutta or Jakarta.
24. The books fell into two roughly equal groups: occult studies and lives of famous and infamous men and women through history.
25. The crest was so rounded it was impossible to pinpoint the exact position of the infamous La.
26. Another early romance, which Kylie has often spoken about, was with the infamous Grant.
27. In 1685 five men were hanged at Wareham by order of the infamous Judge Jeffreys for participation in Monmouth's rebellion.
28. Frank B.. Kelso, then chief of naval operations and the ranking officer at the infamous Tailhook convention.
29. The idealistic arm of animal protectionism also includes its fair share of extremists, such as the now infamous Animal Liberation Front.
30. We met on the streets of Whitehall, central London, during the now infamous riots against capitalism earlier this year.
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