That "action" all his life afterwards he called "infamous," and at the bottom of his heart, he thought of it as the basest action of his life.
But that would have been so infamous!
It seemed strange on the face of it that a young man so learned, so proud, and apparently so cautious, should suddenly visit such an infamous house and a father who had ignored him all his life, hardly knew him, never thought of him, and would not under any circumstances have given him money, though he was always afraid that his sons Ivan and Alexey would also come to ask him for it.
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He is one of Chicago’s most infamous mobsters.
She now serves in Haiti’s poorest and most infamous neighborhood.