notoriously

[ noh-tawr-ee-uh s, -tohr-, nuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF notoriously

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Notoriously, he observed, the mileage of members was scandalously small.

It seems that he is notoriously violent and jealous, and thoroughly unscrupulous.

The breed of the Carthusian horses of Xeres was notoriously the best in Europe.

And lawyers are notoriously unable to observe the law, just as actors are notoriously unable to act.

If she had been notoriously of an altruistic and free-handed disposition, he could have understood it.

Fishing is notoriously (I am talking now of the deep sea) a matter of luck.

Elpaso was notoriously 54 a stickler for a square deal at cards.

"We all know you are notoriously jealous of her," says John.

It was notoriously the most Radical constituency in the colony.

Their Christianity was of a notoriously superficial character.

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