Synonym: celebrated, famous, infamous, popular, renowned, well-known. Antonym: famous. Similar words: notoriously, glorious, laboriously, glorious revolution, various, curious, nefarious, imperious. Meaning: [nəʊ'tɔːrɪəs] adj. having an exceedingly bad reputation.
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1 The company is notorious for paying its bills late.
2 The country is notorious for its appalling prison conditions.
3 She's notorious for her wild behaviour.
4 The city is notorious for its red light district and strip clubs.
5 Such a notorious person has got to the top of the company. That's more than I bargained for.
6 The bar has become notorious as a meeting-place for drug dealers.
7 He was notorious as a gambler and rake.
8 He was a notorious anti-Semite.
9 He is notorious for making unexpected, often self-contradictory,(www.Sentencedict.com) comments.
10 The company was notorious for shady deals.
11 That corner is a notorious accident black spot .
12 He was notorious as a gambler.
13 He is a notorious rake.
14 He was notorious for his violent and threatening behaviour.
15 The accident happened on a notorious black spot on the A43.
16 This town is notorious for chewing people up and spitting them out.
17 The club was a notorious hang-out for the criminally inclined.
18 The lawyer has defended some of the most notorious criminals.
19 Politicians are notorious egotists.
20 Alcoholics are notorious for their ability to deceive themselves about the extent of their problem.
21 The Hell's Angels were once the most notorious and anarchistic of motorbike gangs.
22 Rats, like rabbits, were notorious breeders.
23 A crack shot and a notorious gambler.
24 English soccer fans are notorious for their drunkenness.
25 Davis is a notorious woman hater.
26 The crash happened at a notorious accident blackspot.
27 She told us the story of one of Britain's most notorious country house murders.
28 Those days everyone in the town was talking about the notorious murderer and his gang.
29 Robert De Niro has been a faithful exponent of 'the Method', immersing himself totally in his roles and notorious for gaining and losing whatever weight has been necessary to convey the character.
30 He has spent the past three months in Florida, ostensibly for medical treatment, but in actual fact to avoid prosecution for a series of notorious armed robberies.
More similar words: notoriously, glorious, laboriously, glorious revolution, various, curious, nefarious, imperious, delirious, penurious, lugubrious, mysterious, gregarious, precarious, motor, priority, historic, historian, rhetoric, historical, historically, rhetorically, pious, gubernatorial, obvious, dubious, anxious, envious, noxious, previous.