Her character is branded with merited infamy, but her name is mercifully veiled.
"Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. II" by Francis Augustus Cox
The poet has told his story in words which will never die; and he has proclaimed the infamy of TAFFY to the uttermost corners of the earth.
"Punchinello, Vol. 1, No. 25, September 17, 1870" by Various
Nor bit nor rein shall now restrain thy course across the lea, For the curb and the bridle I only use from infamy to flee.
"Moorish Literature" by Anonymous
But the infamy of the one has eclipsed the glory of the other.
"The Great Events by Famous Historians, Vol. 2" by Various
Live thou, whose infamy is not thy fame!
"Adonais" by Shelley
If we consult history, my lords, how seldom do we find an innocent minister overwhelmed with infamy?
"The Works of Samuel Johnson, Vol. 10." by Samuel Johnson
I need not add, that he who lends himself to his own infamy will soon attain his object.
"The Bravo" by J. Fenimore Cooper
Infamy is attached to the crime, by universal opinion, as soon as it is known.
"Life Of Johnson, Volume 5" by Boswell
Agrippina, whose very name is infamy, was the admiration of courtiers and statesmen.
"Beacon Lights of History, Volume III" by John Lord
As archbishop he knew what was expected of him; and he knew also the infamy in store for him should he betray his cause.
"Beacon Lights of History, Volume V" by John Lord
The muse with unfeign'd sorrow sings,
And all-reluctant tunes her strings,
To tell what infamy he brings
Upon his wretched head.
"Enigma XI." by Elizabeth Hitchener
By him the love that fills man's soul with light,
And makes a Heaven of Earth, was crucified;
Lust-crowned he lived, yea, lived in God's despite,
And old in infamies, a king he died.
"Reincarnation" by Madison Julius Cawein
Poor wayward wretch! and who will heed thy weeping,
When soon an outcast on the world thou'lt be?
Who then will soothe thee, when thy mother's sleeping
In her low grave of shame and infamy?
"The Lullaby Of A Female Convict To Her Child The Night Previous To Her Execution" by Henry Kirke White
He argued with himself, and said, "A spotless man am I;
I can't be more respectable, however hard I try!
For six and thirty years I've always been as good as gold,
And now for half an hour I'll plan infamy untold!
"Mister William" by William Schwenck Gilbert
The Empire thanks with Seddon - all parties (friends or foes) -
Who seized the great occasion and nobly to it rose,
Upheld New Zealand's honour and recognised the time
When faltering were infamy, when meanness were a Crime.
"The Transvaal Contingent" by Anonymous Oceania
`Nay, let me sleep, or, best, be stone or steel `Nay, let me sleep, or, best, be stone or steel,
While still endures this infamy of woe.
My one sole bliss is nor to see nor feel:
So, wake me not; and, lest you should, speak low.'
""`Roses crimson, roses white"" by Alfred Austin
Remembers a 'date which will live in infamy .
VETERAN REMEMBERS DAY OF INFAMY .
On Pearl Harbor Day, lessons of infamy and unity.
7, 1941 lives forever in infamy .
'Day of Infamy ' recalled in Pearl Harbor Day honors in Sebastian.
US remembers a 'date which will live in infamy '.
A day that will live in infamy .
'Copycat strangler' brought infamy to recently demolished Shangri-La Motel in Bellingham.
Umpire's call will live in Braves infamy .
A new day of infamy .
Andre Parker's wrong-way run to infamy (Video).
Reality show and plastic surgery infamy like a 'lifelong sentence'.
Former reality star Heidi Montag says her persona on MTV's "The Hills" and the infamy she earned from getting ten plastic surgery procedures in one day have made her a prisoner to her fame.
Roosevelt's 'Day of Infamy ' Speech.
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