notoriety : Definition, Usages, News and More

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noh tuh rahy uh tee

  • n  the state of being known for some unfavorable act or quality

  • So far, Padilla and Hecox haven't been able to monetize their viral notoriety on any significant scale, although they do sell ads on Smosh.
  • Because medical practitioners focus more on their patients than any notoriety, historical figures in medicine are often rendered obscure.
  • Lydon became Rotten, the TV clash ensured notoriety and terrified town councils banned the Pistols from performing.
News & Articles


  • President Bush in Washington Post
    He is a man who has used his _ a position of notoriety to behave in a quiet and strong way in the face of personal tragedy that has influenced a lot of our fellow citizens,Bush said of Dungy, who stood next to him on stage. "And I want to...
  • Everson Walls in San Jose Mercury News
    I've gotten so much notoriety from this,said Walls, who has been honored by the likes of Jesse Jackson and the NFL Players Association. "I have more hardware from what I did here than what I did all my years from playing with the Cowboys...
  • Thad Matta in
    The correlation between 105,000 people on a Saturday afternoon in the Shoe definitely helps all programs,Ohio State coach Thad Matta said. "I think it's helped us through the recruiting process. The notoriety of the football program is...

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