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notoriously

adverb as in particularly

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The notorious Khumbu Icefall could become more treacherous to pass.

Nero’s death was certainly followed by political turmoil — the notorious “Year of the Four Emperors.”

He blocks the notorious YouTube charlatan Jake Paul and tweets out the screenshot, drawing nearly 375,000 “likes” and an additional 100,000 retweets.

From Vox

Stanford University houses the Hoover Institution, where Scott Atlas worked before going to the administration and becoming a notorious anti-masker apparently without consequence.

Social media is a notorious source of disinformation, but if you’re careful about whom you follow, it’s also the best source for breaking news.

From Fortune

But so-called jungle primaries are notoriously hard to predict or poll.

Millennials—rich or otherwise—have been notoriously uninterested in politics.

Since then various reports have trickled out about women in the notoriously sealed group.

Notoriously, Atlantic City did not get its first supermarket until 1996.

The organizers certainly appeared worried about plunging into the notoriously fierce world of London fashion and media.

I did not label him efficiency-expert, for printers have always been notoriously allergic to that title.

Mrs. Stone's children were notoriously healthy, but she was of the stuff of which the modern martyr is made.

The temerity of Westmacott, whose nature was notoriously timid, had surprised him for a moment.

That Prince Alix was notoriously a friend of Russia mattered little at the present juncture.

This was notoriously not the case in many unions, the children especially being in an evil plight.

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On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to notoriously, such as: infamously, notably, spectacularly, and especially.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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