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  • r  in a dishonorable manner or to a dishonorable degree

  • For years the lines have been known rather ingloriously as "third-level carriers," but their safety standards have often been so third-rate that some customers call them "white .
  • One trouble: the rise of the glittering emporium-type drugstores and the fact that pharmacists have to double ingloriously as sandwich cutters and alarm-clock salesmen.
  • For years the lines have been known rather ingloriously as "third-level carriers," but their safety standards have often been so third-rate that some customers call them "white .
Quotes

  • Larry Sabato in Arizona Republic
    She's got the worst possible situation. She stuck her neck out and it's been chopped off,Sabato said. "She not only failed, she failed ingloriously."
  • Vera Brittain in Telegraph.co.uk
    In despair, the writer Vera Brittain described herself as "nothing but a piece of wartime wreckage living on ingloriously in a world that doesn't want me".

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