Notorious

Celebrate vs Notorious - What's the difference?

celebrate | notorious |


As a verb celebrate

is to extol or honour in a solemn manner.

As an adjective notorious is

widely known, especially for something bad; infamous.

Saint vs Notorious - What's the difference?

saint | notorious |


As a noun saint

is a title given to a saint, often prefixed to the person's name.

As an adjective notorious is

widely known, especially for something bad; infamous.

Notory vs Notorious - What's the difference?

notory | notorious |


As adjectives the difference between notory and notorious

is that notory is while notorious is widely known, especially for something bad; infamous.

Notorious vs Noticeable - What's the difference?

notorious | noticeable |


As adjectives the difference between notorious and noticeable

is that notorious is widely known, especially for something bad; infamous while noticeable is worthy of note; significant.

Notorious vs Cruel - What's the difference?

notorious | cruel |


As adjectives the difference between notorious and cruel

is that notorious is widely known, especially for something bad; infamous while cruel is not nice; mean; heartless.

As a verb cruel is

to spoil or ruin (one's chance of success).

Favourite vs Notorious - What's the difference?

favourite | notorious |


As adjectives the difference between favourite and notorious

is that favourite is preferred or liked above all others (unless qualified) while notorious is widely known, especially for something bad; infamous.

As a noun favourite

is a person who enjoys special regard or favour.

As a verb favourite

is .

Tendentious vs Notorious - What's the difference?

tendentious | notorious |


As adjectives the difference between tendentious and notorious

is that tendentious is having a tendency; written or spoken with a partisan, biased or prejudiced purpose, especially a controversial one while notorious is widely known, especially for something bad; infamous.

Notorious vs Monstrous - What's the difference?

notorious | monstrous | Related terms |

Notorious is a related term of monstrous.


As adjectives the difference between notorious and monstrous

is that notorious is widely known, especially for something bad; infamous while monstrous is hideous or frightful.

Plain vs Notorious - What's the difference?

plain | notorious | Related terms |

Plain is a related term of notorious.


As adjectives the difference between plain and notorious

is that plain is while notorious is widely known, especially for something bad; infamous.

As an adverb plain

is (colloquial) simply.

As a noun plain

is (rare|poetic) a lamentation or plain can be an expanse of land with relatively low relief.

As a verb plain

is to lament, bewail or plain can be (obsolete|transitive) to plane or level; to make plain or even on the surface.

Notorious vs Louche - What's the difference?

notorious | louche |


As an adjective notorious

is widely known, especially for something bad; infamous.

As a verb louche is

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