ignominious : Definition, Usages, News and More

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ig nuh mi nee uhs

  • s  (used of conduct or character) deserving or bringing disgrace or shame
    an ignominious retreat

  • The student's ignominious behavior caused embarrassment for his parents.
  • The withdrawal of troops from Iraq was neither triumphant nor ignominious; it was solemn and measured.
  • It struck down the myth of Western invincibility, led to the ignominious withdrawal of the French from Vietnam, and inspired anti-imperial forces worldwide.
News & Articles

  • US Open Golf 2013 Leaderboard: Live Day 1 Look-in and Overall Predictions
    After a rather ignominious start, Round 1 of the 2013 US Open is underway again without much drama. Weather forced the first round to halt for about 3.5 hours, per the BBC: According to Weather.com , it looks like the rain's going to hold off until about 5 p.m. ET. Then the chances of rain hover near 45-55 percent and only rise as the evening goes on. Even if there's bad weather still ahead ...
    June 13, 2013 - Bleacher Report
  • Red Bulls out of U.S. Open Cup
    BOSTON — The Red Bulls’ trophy-less run will extend for at least one more competition, booted out of the U.S. Open Cup in ignominious fashion, a 4-2 beating by the New England Revolution in a game that was nowhere near that close. Against a team the Red Bulls called mediocre...
    June 13, 2013 - New York Post

  • Robert Byrd in FOXNews
    Bush "banished himself to the ignominious position of worst United States president ever," Byrd says.
  • Albie Sachs in Independent Online
    What saddens me today is that any Jew who speaks out, with an independent voice, especially about the conduct of the State of Israel is regarded as a self-hating Jew. This is an ignominious and totally unsubstantiated response,said Sachs.
  • John McCain in Galveston County Daily News
    GALVESTON - Calling it an "ignominious stain on our nation's history," US Sen. John McCain asked President Barack Obama on Wednesday to issue a posthumous pardon for Galveston native Jack Johnson.

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