infame


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infame

(ɪnˈfeɪm)
n
infamyan infamous person
adj
infamous
vb (tr)
to make infamous or brand with infamy; defame
References in classic literature ?
'Ecrasez l'infame!'" He had one unfailing remedy for all the evils of this world, and he preached it to every one; no matter whether the person's trouble was failure in business, or dyspepsia, or a quarrelsome mother-in-law, a twinkle would come into his eyes and he would say, "You know what to do about it--vote the Socialist ticket!"
Why, I r-r-r-ruin my character hy remaining with a ladyship so infame!"
Ah monstre:" and cursing the tyrant of the play from the boxes; but the actors themselves positively refuse to play the wicked parts, such as those of infames Anglais, brutal Cossacks, and what not, and prefer to appear at a smaller salary, in their real characters as loyal Frenchmen.
Une ignominie fletrie qui ne dit pas son nom, une avanie infame qui depasse toutes les limites imaginables.
Reportedly, 34 TN 5428 plated vehicle began to infame. The driver stopped and left the car without getting injury.
Questo saggio nasce da uno studio sul coraggio della verita nei due testi che Alessandro Manzoni ha pubblicato all'interno della Quarantana, I promessi sposi e la Storia della colonna infame. (1) Ho centrato l'indagine su contesti in cui i personaggi, storici o d'invenzione che siano, pronuncino la parola vera a partire da un dislivello di potere, in quanto parlanti inermi alle prese con interlocutori possenti.
Gurentza-Unamuno (Capitel) (Elevation-Unamuno [Capital]) is a color photograph of the column's Corinthian capital and a detail of Unamuno's bust; Columna infame #2 (Infamous Column #2) and Columna infame #3 are concrete cylindrical, corrugated objects displayed vertically; Cabeza, puno, Arbol (Head, Fist, Tree) consists of two papier-mAche objects, each resembling both a head and a fist, that lean against each other on the floor.