ill fame


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Noun1.ill fame - the state of being known for some unfavorable act or quality
infamy - evil fame or public reputation
reputation - notoriety for some particular characteristic; "his reputation for promiscuity"
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Poor child,' says my good old nurse, 'you may soon be such a gentlewoman as that, for she is a person of ill fame, and has had two or three bastards.
The same ordinance contained a public morals sections related to open lewdness, houses of ill fame, consorting with lewd women, prostitutes, indecent exposure, gaming houses, night prowlers (peeping Toms), obscene literature and tippling houses (where drinks were served).
The ill fame of the Zionist regime's media outlets is a proven fact to everyone, and I believe that their news reports are not worth to even be denied; they themselves know that no free man would do an interview with them," the Jewish MP reiterated.
BB's house of ill fame CELEBRITY BIG BROTHER C5, 9pm THE stage is set.
He further told the court that cricketers Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Asif and Suleman Butt had admitted about their involvement in spot fixing and this has brought ill fame for Pakistan at international level.