English words and Examples of Usage

use "notorious" in a sentence

Human trafficking is a notorious crime that entraps people.

There were “no issues at all” with the notorious Biebs, says Weiss.

Late-night hosts have the power to test the mighty and mock the notorious.

The prosecutors initially proposed a five-year sentence in this notorious case.

Notorious Barbershop had to be boarded up after it was vandalized early Sunday.

The group is notorious for destroying archaeological sites in neighboring Iraq.

Beef, she said, is particularly notorious for being environmentally unfriendly.

Inflation, a notorious portfolio-killer, looms whenever an economy is heating up.

See some of the notorious criminals living in the Supermax prison in Florence, Colorado.

The terror group was allegedly led from a Norwegian prison by the notorious Mullah Krekar.

The Russian leader is indeed notorious for dispensing with the usual niceties of diplomacy.

The photograph is the only other portrait known to exist of the notorious Wild West figure.

The family's lawyer, Samia Maktouf, said Turkey was "notorious as the route to enter Syria".

Even a notorious intersection near where Freddie Gray was arrested was peaceful Tuesday night.

London's notorious serial killer has been named as 23-year-old Polish immigrant Aaron Kosminski.

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