infame

Inflame vs Infame - What's the difference?

inflame | infame |


As a verb inflame

is .

As an adjective infame is

infamous, nefarious, villainous.

Inframe vs Infame - What's the difference?

inframe | infame |


As an adverb inframe

is inside a frame.

As an adjective infame is

infamous, nefarious, villainous.

Infame vs Infare - What's the difference?

infame | infare |


As an adjective infame

is infamous, nefarious, villainous.

As a noun infare is

(scotland|us) a party or other celebration held to mark someone's entrance into a new home, especially the arrival of a bride at her new home; a wedding reception.

Infame vs Infamy - What's the difference?

infame | infamy |


As an adjective infame

is infamous, nefarious, villainous.

As a noun infamy is

the state of being infamous.

Enfame vs Infame - What's the difference?

enfame | infame |


As a verb enfame

is (archaic) to make famous.

As an adjective infame is

infamous, nefarious, villainous.

Infamed vs Infame - What's the difference?

infamed | infame |


As a verb infamed

is (infame).

As an adjective infame is

infamous, nefarious, villainous.

Infamous vs Infame - What's the difference?

infamous | infame |


As an adjective infamous

is having a bad reputation, disreputable; of bad report; notoriously vile; detestable; widely known, especially for something bad.

As a verb infame is

(obsolete) to defame; to make infamous.

Defame vs Infame - What's the difference?

defame | infame |


As verbs the difference between defame and infame

is that defame is to harm or diminish the reputation of while infame is (obsolete) to defame; to make infamous.