Fueled by atrocity and a blitzkrieg of gains in Iraq and Syria, the Islamic State has enjoyed a meteoric climb to notoriety.
The one breakout star, Crystal Bowersox, had her greatest moment of notoriety when it was reported she tried to quit the show.
It's a matter of record, too, that Titanic was annoyed by his notoriety during the trial.
This too is nonsense and not only because of his Google notoriety.
And if he did get into the race, he would immediately have notoriety.
She objects to the--the--well, the notoriety of the thing, you know.
Tawell was executed, and the notoriety of the case brought the telegraph into repute.
A bid for popularity, for notoriety: with its consequent financial kudos.
The notoriety attending the killing of Matt Hall had not been good for Reid.
Jim offered any bribery that might suffice, but ahead of him went his notoriety.