from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In an infamous manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an infamous manner or degree; scandalously; disgracefully; shamefully.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an infamous manner or degree; odiously; scandalously; disgracefully.
Yes, the term infamously tagged to Bud Light in a 2008 ad campaign seems to go against much of what the craft-brewing world stands for.
McCain infamously shifted his position to suit the political moment, retreating from his declaration that the flag was "a symbol of racism and slavery" to say instead that he understood both sides in the debate.
That is, unless we assume that all currently known natural laws are literally all there are or even can be (as Lord Kelvin infamously did at the end of the 19th century), then it is possible that in the future new versions of purely natural laws will be discovered that can explain the existence of those entities now claimed to be possible only through supernatural intervention.
"When the president's characterization of our economy was, 'It could be worse,' it reminded me of Marie Antoinette: 'Let them eat cake,'" Romney said, referring to the infamously dismissive remark toward the poor attributed to the queen.
The quality yo-yos infamously, because – besides the harmonica – the one constant is change.
Americans are infamously timid about foreign travel, and I see it as part of my role as a traveling American writer to show other Americans that the outside world is both interesting enough and, with extended exposure, normal and familiar enough, that any danger is almost beside the point.
Bradley Jack could not be held responsible for any of the above since, as I wrote in my book, he was forced out of the firm in 2005 by the infamously Machiavellian man wanting to become the firm's president number two: Joe Gregory.
From his first day at Michigan, Hagelin emerged as something of a legend for his performance in Berenson's infamously grueling conditioning drills.
CNN personality Erin Burnett infamously used it to make an Occupy Wall Street demonstrator look stupid.
One-hundred five months after the infamously non-existent weapons of mass destruction issue was used by President George W. Bush to justify an invasion of Iraq, we are marking the end of a massively costly endeavor that should have never happened in the first place.
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