Definition of "notorious" [no•to•ri•ous]

  • (adjective) Known widely and usually unfavorably; infamous: a notorious gangster; a district notorious for vice.

Use "notorious" in a sentence

  • "Indeed, NBC Universal, which owns MSNBC, also owns Interscope Records, a label notorious for hiring gangsta rap artists."
  • "LAVANDERA (voice-over): You wouldn't think a boot wearing Texas governor could stomp on Iran, but Rick Perry is sending a financial strike at what he calls a notorious regime."
  • "LAVANDERA (voice-over): You won't think a boot-wearing Texas governor could stomp on Iran, but Rick Perry is sending a financial strike at what he calls a notorious regime."

Words like "notorious"

SUBSCRIBE TO WORD OF THE DAY