Synonyms for infamously

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He has treated her infamously; that is why she will not live with him and does not speak of him.

How cruel, how infamously unfeeling Ernest thought he had been.

I could not contain myself at seeing a lady so infamously insulted.

He has treated me infamously; I will not bother you with that now.

"She was infamously poisoned last evening," replied the abbe, sadly.

Philip, accordingly, was always great; Alexander, often infamously bad.

He had treated her infamously, yet somehow she could not hate him.

She is infamously "helped" by the Irish trollop and the negress alike.

On the other hand, Sadducean control was notoriously and infamously corrupt.

I was about to say that those two girls have treated us infamously.

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