Definitions for notoriety
ˌnoʊ təˈraɪ ɪ tino·to·ri·ety
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notoriety, ill famenoun
the state of being known for some unfavorable act or quality
The condition of being infamous or notorious
Etymology: From notorious, from notorius, from notus, perfect passive participle of nosco.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Publick knowledge; publick exposure.
Etymology: notorieté, Fr. from notorious.
We see what a multitude of pagan testimonies may be produced for all those remarkable passages: and indeed of several, that more than answer your expectation, as they were not subjects in their own nature so exposed to publick notoriety. Joseph Addison, on Christ. Relig.
the quality or condition of being notorious; the state of being generally or publicly known; -- commonly used in an unfavorable sense; as, the notoriety of a crime
Etymology: [Cf. F. notorit. See Notorious.]
The numerical value of notoriety in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of notoriety in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
It sounded like Mr. Brauchler was suggesting that Mr. Holmes might have done this for notoriety, look at the video, and you tell me if you would do this for notoriety.
One of the things that motivates at least a big chunk of them is the search for notoriety and fame.
Celebrity-worship and hero-worship should not be confused. Yet we confuse them every day, and by doing so we come dangerously close to depriving ourselves of all real models. We lose sight of the men and women who do not simply seem great because they are famous but are famous because they are great. We come closer and closer to degrading all fame into notoriety.
Actress Kate Hudson has the personality to connect with people all around the world. Actress Kate Hudson's got fame, Actress Kate Hudson's got talent, Actress Kate Hudson's got notoriety but Actress Kate Hudson's also got a really big heart. I think between the two of us we can reach out to a lot of people.
They've always had a great relationship, it's funny because I don't think the vice president does have a problem with him, but I think it's helping Pete to get some notoriety by saying that about the vice president.
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