She had been the daughter of a race of ill fame, fatherless, and all but motherless.
Two members of his family—a sister and a brother—have been convicted of theft and "conducting a house of ill fame."
The houses of ill fame were riotous with men let loose upon a holiday.
I kept my eye upon one of those priests, from the moment he entered this house of ill fame until twelve o'clock at night.
On the other hand, the arrests for keeping disorderly houses increased 109, and for keeping houses of ill fame 407.
Many of these notorious dens are located in the midst of a forest of houses of ill fame.
Some back door of a house of ill fame is open to him for shelter, for wine, and oftentimes for food.
His ill fame increased in still greater proportion, especially when he assumed the airs of a sorcerer.
I reached my sixteenth year without having left that house of ill fame.
Such conditions would naturally be ideal for the owner of a house of ill fame, or for a pandar.