noun (plural infamies)
- 1The state of being well known for some bad quality or deed: a day that will live in infamyMore example sentences
- Their political influence has earned the Florida growers a place of infamy in American popular culture.
- For heavy metal fans, the summer of 96 will forever live in infamy.
- Many may carry no real social disgrace or infamy.
- 1.1An evil or wicked act: one of history’s greatest infamiesMore example sentences
- Near the entrance to the community a monument to the infamy was erected to commemorate the dead.
- The greatest infamy in living memory is now being enacted.
- A man who can do that is capable of any infamy.