Infame

Infame

In*fame"\, v. t. [L. infamare, fr. infamis infamous: cf. F. infamer, It. infamare. See Infamous.] To defame; to make infamous. [Obs.] --Milton.

Livia is infamed for the poisoning of her husband. --Bacon.
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