Examples of infamy in a Sentence
He never escaped the infamy his crimes had earned him.
despite her eventual pardons, she could never completely free herself of the infamy of being named a war criminal
Recent Examples of infamy from the Web
If those fun facts weren't enough of a slap in the face, the visiting Tigers descended to this impressive level of infamy after taking a 20-0 lead.
The rules of budget reconciliation, which gives the majority party one shot each fiscal year to pass a bill with just 51 votes, had quickly risen from obscurity to infamy.
Clarke also gained infamy as the sheriff of Wisconsin's most-populous county and administrator of its jails, where high numbers of inmates died or complained of abuse.
This is a roster that, frankly, should be somewhere between 4-12 and 6-10, not on the cusp of joining the winless 2008 Lions in infamy.
In terms of infamy, the statues paid tribute to two of the most controversial Confederate figures: Civil War general and Ku Klux Klan leader Nathan Bedford Forrest, and Jefferson Davis, who served as President of the Confederate States.
Darvish surrendered five runs (four earned) in 1 2/3 innings, joining a very small hall of infamy.
Even five years later, the play still lives in infamy.
In a move that will live in infamy because no one had ever seen it before, Steratore used a folded card to check the measurement after Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott tried to get a first down on fourth-and-short in the fourth quarter.
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First Known Use of infamy
Synonym Discussion of infamy
- sent home in disgrace
- preferred death to life with dishonor
- a once proud name fallen into disrepute
- a day that lives in infamy
- the ignominy of being arrested
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