Despite their differences, all these men seem to want the kind of immortality that comes from infamy.
He had an earlier brush with infamy in February when he deleted an I-love-you tweet to a 24-year-old bikini model.
The Socialists' best hope for 2012 was suddenly a grizzled shadow of himself, perp-walked into infamy.
early 15c., from Old French infamie (14c.), earlier infame, and directly from Latin infamia "ill fame, bad repute, dishonor, from infamis "of ill fame," from in- "not, without" + fama "reputation" (see fame (n.)).