Similar words: laboriously, obviously, dubiously, anxiously, previously, consciously, avariciously, glorious. Meaning: [nəʊ'tɔːrɪəslɪ] adv. to a notorious degree.
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(1) The group has been notoriously fickle in the past.
(2) "Breach of the peace" is a notoriously imprecise notion.
(3) Birth rates are notoriously difficult to predict.
(4) Statistics can be notoriously unreliable.
(5) The weather here is notoriously fickle.
(6) The television world was a notoriously fickle one.
(7) Diplomats can be a notoriously unreliable and misleading source of information.
(8) The building trade is notoriously unstable.
(9) English pronunciation is notoriously difficult.
(10) The local bus service is notoriously unreliable.
(11) Truth is a notoriously elusive quality.
(12) Civil court proceedings are notoriously slow.
(13) Maps of the region are notoriously inaccurate.
(14) The train company is overstaffed and notoriously inefficient.
(15) The law is notoriously vague on this point.
(16) Banks are notoriously conservative about their dealings with clients.
(17) The monarchy was notoriously reluctant to embrace change.
(18) She is notoriously bad at writing letters.
(19) The human memory is notoriously selective.
(20) He is notoriously indiscreet about his private life.
(21) Mountain weather is notoriously difficult to predict.
(22) The weather in Britain is notoriously changeable.
(23) He was a notoriously verbose after-dinner speaker.
(24) Cost estimates are notoriously uncertain in this business. Sentencedict.com
(25) The world of popular music is notoriously fickle.
(26) The program is notoriously difficult to learn.
(27) This route through the mountains is notoriously dangerous.
(28) The M40 through Oxfordshire is notoriously prone to fog.
(29) Icebergs are notoriously unstable and are likely to turn over.
(30) Let us deal with the question of his notoriously Neanderthal attitude to women.
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