What is another word for Infamously?

164 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ ˈɪnfəməsli], [ ˈɪnfəməsli], [ ˈɪ_n_f_ə_m_ə_s_l_i]

Infamously is an adverb that means "notoriously, disgracefully, shamefully or scandalously". Some synonyms for this word include dishonorably, disreputably, ignominiously, and opprobriously. Other synonyms can be corruptly, flagrantly, heinously, and abominably. Each of these words has a negative connotation and is used to describe someone or something that is considered infamous or notorious. Infamously can be used to describe actions that are illegal, immoral, or unethical. It can also describe behavior that is shocking or embarrassing. Overall, it is a word that is used to indicate a person, thing, or event that is infamous or has an infamous reputation.

Related words: infamous company, infamous band, infamous movies

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    Usage examples for Infamously

    Nothing is too wicked, nothing too Infamously mean, for that Being to do whose essence is love, whose law is just.
    "Slavery and the Constitution"
    William Ingersoll Bowditch
    He felt really no great ill-will toward Lord Eglinton; but for that incident when he was forcibly made to measure his length on the parquet floor, Gaston would have willingly extended a condescending hand to the man whose wife he had so Infamously wronged.
    "Petticoat Rule"
    Emmuska Orczy, Baroness Orczy
    I was annoyed by this unseemly remark, and replied in a dignified voice,- "It is not my hardihood in coming to Rome that your eminence should wonder at, but a man of any sense would wonder at the Inquisitors if they had the hardihood to issue an 'ordine sanctissimo' against me; for they would be perplexed to allege any crime in me as a pretext for thus Infamously depriving me of my liberty."
    "The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons"
    Jacques Casanova de Seingalt

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