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Common misspellings for infamy

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Quotes of infamy

  1. March 11, 2004, now occupies a place in the history of infamy – Jose Maria Aznar
  2. It is better to go down in infamy than to never go down at all. – Jack Bowman
  3. Tragedy occurs when a human soul awakes and seeks, in suffering and pain, to free itself from crime, violence, infamy even at the cost of life. The struggle is the tragedy- not defeat or death. – Whittaker Chambers
  4. He who can live in infamy is unworthy of life. – Pierre Corneille
  5. There is a heroism in crime as well as in virtue. Vice and infamy have their altars and their religion. – William Hazlitt
  6. Those who say that life is worth living at any cost have already written an epitaph of infamy for there is no cause and no person that they will not betray to stay alive. – Sidney Hook
  7. Yesterday, December seventh, 1941, a date which will live in infamy the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan. – Franklin D. Roosevelt
  8. Man has no right to kill his brother. It is no excuse that he does so in uniform: he only adds the infamy of servitude to the crime of murder. – Percy Bysshe Shelley
  9. He is not dead who departs from life with a high and noble fame; but he is dead, even while living, whose brow is branded with infamy – Ludwig Tieck
  10. Is it no imputation to be arraigned before this House, in which I have sat forty years, and to have my name transmitted to posterity with disgrace and infamy – Robert Walpole
  11. It is an infamy to die and not be missed. – Carlos Wilcox

Usage examples for infamy

  1. “ " Indeed, I am amazed," replied Sobieski; " and I am from a country where the slightest suspicion of a transaction such as this would brand the woman with infamy – Thaddeus of Warsaw by Jane Porter
  2. Forget the cold calculations of policy; think of the everlasting infamy of such a deed. ” – Stories From Thucydides by H. L. Havell
  3. Military glory was no more, with them, than a splendid infamy – The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. V. (of 12) by Edmund Burke
  4. “ No information I have received, though I have heard many people speak ill of him, ever pointed to any particular act of infamy committed by Gunga Govind Sing. ” – The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. X. (of 12) by Edmund Burke
  5. Infamy is attached to the crime, by universal opinion, as soon as it is known. ” – The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson, LL.D. by James Boswell
  6. “ No wonder she fainted when first informed of such an infamy – Holbein by Beatrice Fortescue
  7. And she told the story of her infamy or mine? ” – Secret Memoirs: The Story of Louise, Crown Princess by Henry W. Fischer
  8. This would be a certain benefit to Scotland; while the ignis fatuus you are now following, however brilliant may be its career during Edward's absence, must on his return be extinguished in disaster and infamy – The Scottish Chiefs by Jane Porter
  9. But for the wise course which the Minister had decided on taking, the poor child's life might have been darkened by the horror of the mother's crime, and the infamy of the mother's death. ” – The Legacy of Cain by Wilkie Collins
  10. “ Alexander considered it " infamy on his name if he should send envoys to a place of his master's held by the enemy. ” – History of the United Netherlands, 1586-89, Vol. II. Complete by John Lothrop Motley Last Updated: February 7, 2009
  11. If he meant to rat, it was to be with every condition of safety and every circumstance of infamy – The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 17 (of 25) by Robert Louis Stevenson Other: Andrew Lang
  12. Alleged he received a pardon for prior offence as price of fresh infamy – The Tempering by Charles Neville Buck
  13. It will end in infamy sooner or later. ” – Shirley by Charlotte Brontë
  14. Devotion to science and to the advancement of learning, a virtue which has changed the infamy of even baser natures than his into glory, never dignified his seclusion. ” – The Rise of the Dutch Republic, 1563-64 by John Lothrop Motley
  15. In death Otho earned a noble name and Vitellius infamy yet 31 at this time people were more afraid of Otho's burning passions than of Vitellius' listless luxury. ” – Tacitus: The Histories, Volumes I and II by Caius Cornelius Tacitus
  16. The infamy of the subject and the genius of the artist lent a double attraction to the portrait. ” – A History of the Four Georges, Volume II (of 4) by Justin McCarthy
  17. “ Robespierre was sinking from existence into infamy – La Vendée An Historical Romance by Anthony Trollope
  18. As Bertram thought in this way concerning Lady Harcourt- the Caroline Waddington that had once belonged to himself- he proposed to himself no scheme of infamy no indulgence of a disastrous love, no ruin for her whom the world now called so fortunate; but he did think that, if she still loved him, it would be pleasant to sit and talk with her; pleasant to feel some warmth in her hand; pleasant that there should be some confidence in her voice. ” – The Bertrams by Anthony Trollope
  19. Blowers, maddened with disappointment, would rather sacrifice her to infamy than sell her for money to a good master. ” – Our World, or, The Slaveholders Daughter by F. Colburn Adams
  20. One depth of infamy only remained; and even to that the prisoner descended. ” – The History of England from the Accession of James II. Volume 1 (of 5) by Thomas Babington Macaulay