infamy

[ in-fuh-mee ]SEE DEFINITION OF infamy

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And am I to be hurried along by this stream of corruption to infamy and oblivion!

The door is immediately behind the companion of your infamy.

He would be spotted, branded with the sign of infamy, hunted from the world!

The organs of treason and of infamy refer always to McClellan.

There is no infamy which has not been justified, glorified or even deified in this way.

He had now an opportunity to display his infamy and barbarity.

This tariff of favours and of infamy descends 'ad infinitum'.

And now the thing was repeated, and this time the infamy was even worse.

When I came to Court the infamy was a thing accomplished—all of it.

I took it limply, thus clenching the bargain of infamy between us.

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