no·to·ri·ous /noʊˈtɔriəs, -ˈtoʊr-, nə-/ Show Spelled[noh-tawr-ee-uhs, -tohr-, nuh-] Show IPA
1. widely and unfavorably known: a notorious gambler.
2. publicly or generally known, as for a particular trait: a newspaper that is notorious for its sensationalism.
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1540–50; < ML nōtōrius evident, equiv. to nō ( scere ) to get to know ( see notify) + -tōrius -tory1
On 09.17.10 todzilla wrote:
good lunch thrifty ice cream store outdoor goods and home made pickled green tomatoes garmet… merced 2morow, it’s ON.