ill-famed : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s known widely and usually unfavorably;
- As a New Deal brain-truster, he was one of the authors of the ill-famed Morgenthau Plan, which would have reduced Germany to an agrarian country.
- Soon his menu featuring gefllte fish, blintzes and super-cheesecake, attracted the famed and ill-famed heroes of Broadway's big-spending '20s, and Lindy's became the prototype .
- Deprived of their comfortable evenings in such ill-famed establishments as Le Sphinx and Le Poulailler, Frenchmen sneered as the once systematically supervised prostitutes took to .
News & Articles
- Kimberly Court shut down
A court-appointed receiver is shutting down the ill-famed Kimberly Court apartment building in the Old West End, calling it unsafe to live in.
Aug. 30, 2013 - The Star Press