Neither can this notoriousness be alleged against her undefended.
His actions are strong encounters, and for their notoriousness always upon record.
And the notoriousness and ridiculousness of this error, will tempt the profane to make religious people a scorn.
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.