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infamous
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Middlemarch
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  • I say, sir, we decline to co-operate with a man whose character is not cleared from infamous lights cast upon it, not only by reports but by recent actions.
  • It seemed to her that no lot could be so cruelly hard as hers to have married a man who had become the centre of infamous suspicions.

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  • He is one of Chicago’s most infamous mobsters.
  • She now serves in Haiti’s poorest and most infamous neighborhood.

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