Word "INFAMY" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a state of extreme dishonor
Synonyms:
opprobrium
Examples:
a date which will live in infamy

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
evil fame or public reputation

Crossword Clues for INFAMY

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Clue Source Date
Extreme disrepute Premier Sunday 07 Feb 2021
Extreme dishonor Eugene Sheffer 23 May 2020
Key word in an FDR quote Family Time 22 Mar 2020
Honor's opposite Newsday 20 Mar 2020
Bad reputation The Sun Two Speed 28 Sep 2019
Many if drunk displaying wickedness The Sun Two Speed 28 Sep 2019
Notoriety in family one learner leaves The Sun Two Speed 17 May 2019
Great shame The Sun Two Speed 17 May 2019
Notoriety The Times Concise 01 May 2019
Notoriety The Telegraph Quick 11 Jun 2018
Bad reputation, notoriety Irish Times Simplex 11 May 2018
Evil fame The Telegraph Quick 25 Apr 2018
Evil fame or public reputation The Telegraph General Knowledge 08 Apr 2018
Notoriety The Guardian Speedy 18 Mar 2018
It's a shame not having males included in family names Irish Times Crosaire 16 Feb 2018
Notoriety Premier Sunday 11 Feb 2018
Profound dishonor Eugene Sheffer 02 Dec 2017
Disrepute The Washington Post 05 May 2016
Dope almost leading to a good lord's dishonour The Times Cryptic 10 Mar 2016
Popular fellow with girl gains notoriety The Sun Two Speed 29 Dec 2015
Disgrace The Sun Two Speed 29 Dec 2015
Key word in an FDR quote Universal 23 Dec 2015
Very bad reputation Newsday 15 Dec 2015
Very bad reputation
Key word in an FDR quote
Opprobrium
"... a date which will live in __": 24-Across
Negative notoriety
Severe disrepute
Criminal renown
Opprobrium
"... a date which will live in ___" (F.D.R.)
Disrepute
Disrepute
Extreme dishonor
Great shame
Very bad reputation
Odious reputation
Disrepute
Word used by FDR, 12/8/41
Where 12/7/41 lives?
"A date which will live in ___": FDR
Word in a 12/8/41 address
Disgrace
Bad reputation, and then some
Bad reputation, and then some
"...a date which will live in __": FDR
"...a date which will live in __": FDR
Terrible disgrace
Word in a 12/8/41 address
Opprobrium
Worse than a bad reputation
Key word in an FDR quote
Odious reputation
Disgrace
Evil reputation
Public disgrace
Disrepute
Public dishonor.
Great wickedness.
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