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Negative FamePlay
The word 'infamy' implies a notorious reputation from negative actions, not just being unpopular. SlideDespite his charm, his scams brought him infamy rather than fame.
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Enduring ReputationPlay
'Infamy' often suggests a long-lasting negative reputation, even after the person is no longer notorious. SlideHis infamy endured long after he left the city.
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Group AssociationPlay
Groups, not just individuals, can be infamous for collective actions or characteristics. SlideThe organization achieved infamy for its unethical practices.