Definition of 'notoriety'
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Some of the fame was notoriety. Smithsonian Mag (2017)It brought him wealth, fame and notoriety. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The anarchist thrust is most effective in recovering those overtaken by fame (or notoriety) of a different kind. The Times Literary Supplement (2012) Fame or notoriety could hardly be worse, she knew, than what had passed for her childhood and chaotic approach to adulthood. The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'notoriety'
British English: notoriety NOUN
To achieve notoriety means to become well-known for something bad.
He achieved notoriety for his role in the scandal.
Definition of notoriety from the Collins English Dictionary
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