Definition of ill fame in English:

ill fame

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[mass noun] dated
The state of being held in low esteem by the public; disrepute.
More example sentences
  • John Walker was bound ‘for being in a Notorious house with a woman of known ill fame and Reputation.
  • Not yet discouraged, the crew proceeded to better haunts of ill fame.

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