Definition of "infamous"
  1. Refers to a crime that, when punished by a prison sentence of a year or more, can result in the forfeiture of certain rights and privileges after being found guilty
How to use "infamous" in a sentence
  1. The individual was charged with an infamous crime and stood to lose their right to vote.
  2. Being convicted for an infamous act, the accused faced losing certain privileges.
  3. The defendant was sentenced to several years in prison for the infamous felony, resulting in a loss of specific rights.

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