Synonyms for ill-famed
Antonyms for ill-famed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ILL-FAMED
The tradition, he explained, of that ill-famed forest of Velletri, now extirpated.
The cellaress is ill-famed with a man called Philip of Villarceaux.
Boys of ours have been smashed in all these ill-famed spots.
Smith used to have much to say ever afterwards of this famous and ill-famed man.
If he passed the ordeal but was ill-famed in the community, he could be banished from the community.
The ill-famed Orchard, which it was hoped might be consolidated and incorporated into the defences, had an evil reputation.
Ill-famed old crones always possess black cats, which possibly partake of the devil.
How the same saint caused an ill-famed wood near Arezzo to be cut down, is told in Vasari, iii.
You find them in ill-looking spots, growing all lonely and ill-famed amidst ruins and rubbish-heaps.
Agnes of Fontenoy is ill-famed with the priest of Guerreville, of the diocese of Chartres.