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infamous
used in Sycamore Row

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Definition
having an exceedingly bad reputation
  • Bobby Carl Leach, the town's most infamous shyster, owned a table next to the fireplace and was often seen there with politicians and bankers.
    p. 304.7
  • Jake's world had been rattled the day before when he heard the news that Lettie had hired Booker Sistrunk, an infamous bomb thrower whose entry into this case would greatly complicate matters.
    p. 147.7
  • During his last semester as a law student, a professor of criminal procedure organized his annual field trip to the state's infamous penitentiary.
    p. 211.3

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