ill fame

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the state of being known for some unfavorable act or quality


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Certainly, athletics (and by extention the International Olympic Committee) is not in the same league of ill fame but is not squeaky clean either.
that the word 'diverticulum' is Latin for a 'wayside house of ill fame or ill repute', and well do they deserve that descriptive term'.
This in a land in which grave crime is a perpetual tsunami, houses of ill fame abound and are well patronised by politicians amongst others.
Handfield said a summons has been issued for the Ouellettes on charges of keeping a house of ill fame.
in a Notorious house with a woman of known ill fame and Reputation she standing between his Leggs and him .
The suspects were held on suspicion of allegations that included prostitution, operating a house of ill fame and residing in a house of ill fame.
Likely to join the star's cinematic hall of ill fame that includes "Shanghai Surprise," "Who's That Girl" and "The Next Best Thing" is director-scenarist-spouse Guy Ritchie's "Swept Away," though the badmouthing is likely to overshadow what's actually onscreen--a simple misfire rather than a world-class fiasco.