Q: I was reading a press release from a specialty-food company when I noticed this sentence: “Montebello Kitchens soon gained notoriety as the source for nutritious, delicious, healthful, and flavorful specialty foods.” Is the language shifting or is this use of “notoriety” simply wrong?
A: The noun “notoriety” has meant either fame or infamy since . . . → Read More: How notorious is notoriety?
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