And yet politicians are notoriously leery of proposing hikes or cuts big enough to make a real dent in the debt.
Although this is a notoriously difficult checkpoint, security was tightened for the arrival of the American president.
Pulling off an American adaptation of a beloved British series is notoriously difficult.
Iranian elections are notoriously unpredictable, and this one had already taken several surprising turns.
Lagos is notoriously lax for security, but Amsterdam is considered one of the better European capitals at screening.
With the giving of such permissions the Abbot was notoriously generous.
Devonshire men are notoriously Devonshire men first and last.
Modern times and manners are notoriously unfavourable to the serious drama.
Smith's class was notoriously weaker at fighting than their own.
It would assert independence as a fact, when notoriously it was not a fact.
1540s, "publicly known," from Medieval Latin notorius "well-known, commonly known," from Latin notus "known," past participle of noscere "come to know" (see know). Negative connotation arose 17c. from frequent association with derogatory nouns. Related: Notoriously.