1. to a notorious degree;
Toddlers are notoriously antisocial when it comes to sharing toys.
Diplomats can be a notoriously unreliable and misleading source of information.
The train company is overstaffed and notoriously inefficient.
Professors are notoriously difficult to manage.
He is notoriously indiscreet about his private life.
The weather here is notoriously fickle.
The trains are notoriously unreliable.
The television world was a notoriously fickle one.
Maps of the region are notoriously inaccurate.
Civil court proceedings are notoriously slow.
Birth rates are notoriously difficult to predict.
The weather in Britain is notoriously changeable.
He worked mainly in New York City where living space is notoriously at a premium.
Doctors notoriously neglect their own health and fail to seek help when they should.
Let us deal with the question of his notoriously Neanderthal attitude to women.
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