Definition for NO-TO-RI'E-TY

NO-TO-RI'E-TY, n. [Fr. notorieté, from notoire. See Notorious.]

  1. Exposure to the public knowledge; the state of being publicly or generally known; as, the notoriety of a crime.
  2. Public knowledge. They were not subjects in their own nature so exposed to public notoriety. Addison.

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