Infamy in a sentence as a noun

"Sure but then there's infamy which has value.

' infamy[1] -- was by far the most entertaining talk I've seen yet.

I may achieve infamy for other reasons but not that one.

To survive his fall in battle, was indelible infamy.

Ever follow a subreddit from infancy to infamy?

I think the content of what Assange and Wikileaks has delivered since Assange's rise to fame/infamy is far more worthy than this conversation.

Yes, the "activists" who insert themselves to disrupt other communities to promote their own personal infamy.

A friend of mine from high school bragged that he achieved some measure of infamy in middle school by hacking Diablo in such a manner that it was possible to duplicate items.

There's no confirmation yet of Snowden being on board, however wikileaks has offered this cryptic tweet:"The reported actions of France, Portugal and Spain this night will live in infamy.

Infamy definitions


a state of extreme dishonor; "a date which will live in infamy"- F.D.Roosevelt; "the name was a by-word of scorn and opprobrium throughout the city"

See also: opprobrium


evil fame or public reputation