Definition of Hall of Shame in English:

Hall of Shame

noun

US
  • A notional place where those thought to lack merit are commemorated; a roster of infamous failure or disgrace.

Origin

Early 20th century; earliest use found in The Atlanta Constitution. From hall + of + shame, after Hall of Fame.

Pronunciation

Hall of Shame

/ˌhɔːl əv ˈʃeɪm/