infamy in Romanian
Mr President, (start without microphone) and yourself do not have the monopoly on infamy.
We really are talking about a gang of brigands, and the chief brigand, Karadzic, really has fomented infamy here.
There have been many other infamies and many have been committed on the initiative of the US Government.
He was branded with infamy.
Hatred, infamy and slander have not conquered my spirit.
After all, the word "Weimar" draws its infamy from the pact with the devil that German conservatives and royalists made by backing Hitler.
And should you renege on our agreement, then this shroud... treated with silver nitrate using the methods of Albertus Magnus, bears a lasting record of your infamy which I would be happy to display in the future.
Barbarism and infamy found their best expression in the terrorist attacks of that day, to such an extent that television viewers around the world asked themselves if what they were watching on the screen was reality or fiction.
But for the unlucky few who've had notoriety forced upon them, infamy can be a sentence more damning than any prison term.
I be right honored to welcome you aboard our world-renowned vessel of infamy, Queen Anne's Revenge.
a state of extreme dishonor: dishonour, opprobrium, dishonor
evil fame or public reputation: notoriety, disrepute, discredit, ill fame