Parades are cancelled, the notorious party avenues of Bourbon and Frenchmen Streets are closed, and the city has shuttered all bars for the weekend.
If you have 50 seconds to spare, check out the men’s Super G run on the notorious Vertigine—that’s “vertigo,” in English.
Bowser called it one of the city’s “most notorious intersections” because of its odd design.
The company, known for its notorious secrecy, became the last of the major tech giants to push out a transparency report in 2015.
Clinic workers in Connecticut, Virginia, and other states say the system is notorious for randomly canceled appointments, unreliable registration, and problems that lock staff out of the dashboard they’re supposed to use to log records.
The most notorious states are Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, where death is an acceptable legal remedy.
According to a Yemeni intelligence source, Saïd met with the notorious U.S. preacher Anwar al Awlaki.
I was there to track down the family of one of the most notorious defectors in Cuban history.
Turns out, this is the second notorious crook to come from this small town.
The party sequence in Notorious begins with a wide shot from high above the top of the stairs, all glittering expanse below.
This is notorious, and admitted by all parties; and these causes will not be in operation at another election.
He was defendant in the breach of promise suit brought by a notorious London actress, then playing in a popular revue.
But the Whig chiefs were not men to be duped by the professions of so notorious a liar.
Each cachet contained three decigrams of malourea, the insidious drug notorious under its trade name of Veronal.
Going back still another hundred years we come to the times of the notorious apostate, Marcion.
On this page you'll find 56 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to notorious, such as: blatant, flagrant, high profile, infamous, prominent, and well-known.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.