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  • He had never met the man, but of all the notorious faces that cluttered the pages of newspapers, this was the one he despised.
  • The third one did not achieve even that sort of notorious distinction.
  • Just remember that the founder of that family was Nat Taggart, the most notoriously anti-social scoundrel that ever lived, who bled the country white to squeeze a fortune for himself.
  • In his lifetime, the name "Nat Taggart" was not famous, but notorious; it was repeated, not in homage, but in resentful curiosity; and if anyone admired him, it was as one admires a successful bandit.
  • And she was naive enough to imagine that I could suspect her of being the type men find attractive for a relationship in which what they seek is most notoriously not brains.
  • One of them, a young man with years of notorious success behind him and a cynical look of twice his age, said suddenly, "I know what I’d like to be: I wish I could be a man who covers news!

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  • He was a notorious drug dealer.
  • He is notorious for flagrant fouls and losing his temper.

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