Infamously In"fa*mous*ly, adv. In an infamous manner or degree; scandalously; disgracefully; shamefully. [1913 Webster]

The sealed fountain of royal bounty which had been infamously monopolized and huckstered. --Burke. [1913 Webster]

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  • infamously — adverb : in an infamous manner : in a manner deserving infamy how infamously he treats his wife George Meredith : atrociously just as the work was nearly completed, being infamously done, it fell down again L.H.Chambers …   Useful english dictionary

  • infamously — infamous ► ADJECTIVE 1) well known for some bad quality or deed. 2) morally bad; shocking. DERIVATIVES infamously adverb infamy noun (pl. infamies) …   English terms dictionary

  • infamously — adverb see infamous …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • infamously — See infamous. * * * …   Universalium

  • infamously — adverb In an infamous manner …   Wiktionary

  • infamously — Synonyms and related words: abominably, atrociously, awfully, basely, bestially, brutally, contemptibly, criminally, crookedly, deceitfully, despicably, detestably, deviously, discreditably, disgustingly, dishonestly, dishonorably, disreputably,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • infamously — adv. disreputably; shamefully, indecently; villainously …   English contemporary dictionary

  • infamously — in·fa·mous·ly …   English syllables

  • infamously — See: infamous …   English dictionary

  • infamous — infamously, adv. infamousness, n. /in feuh meuhs/, adj. 1. having an extremely bad reputation: an infamous city. 2. deserving of or causing an evil reputation; shamefully malign; detestable: an infamous deed. 3. Law. a. deprived of certain rights …   Universalium

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