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Famous or Infamous

Which one is the correct sentence?

Mother Theresa is famous for her charity.
Mother Theresa is infamous for her charity.

Hitler is infamous for his evil deeds.
Hitler is famous for his evil deeds.

How to use famous correctly


"Famous" simply means "well-known".

What is she famous for?

She is well-known. I'm asking what she has done to become well-known.

How to use infamous correctly


"Infamous" means to be well-known for something negative.

The murderer became infamous when covered on national news.

Many people know of the murderer for committing terrible acts.

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