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undignified

uhn dig ni fahyd

  • a  lacking dignity

  • The final House debate on the Johnson measure was enlivened by undignified antics.
  • This was only a few years after Edsel had died, and his son, Henry Ford II--also known as the Deuce--thought it was undignified to have his dad's name spinning around on hubcaps.
  • We cling to them, in a slightly undignified but somehow understandable wish to feel connected to the defining event of our time.
News & Articles

  • Let's please let 'voluntary' mean voluntary
    PHILADELPHIA -- It's an ugly, undignified rite of NFL spring, this taking of attendance at voluntary workouts, and it really needs to stop. Last week, New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin expressed his frustration over the absence of star wide receiver Hakeem Nicks from the team's voluntary OTAs. Coughlin said Nicks had told him he'd bet there and hadn't called to explain why he wasn't. Coughlin ...
    June 6, 2013 - ESPN Blogs
Quotes

  • Liam Fox in Guardian Unlimited
    The opposition Conservative Party's defense spokesman, Liam Fox, said many people would feel that selling the stories was "somewhat undignified and falls below the very high standards we have come to expect from our servicemen and women."
  • Paul Azinger in USA Today
    I'm all for drug testing,Azinger said. "I just think to have somebody make us drop our pants and lift our shirt to make sure we don't have a urine sample strapped to our side is a little undignified."
  • Alberto Gonzales in Seattle Times
    I apologize to them and their families for allowing this matter to become an unfortunate and undignified public spectacle,Gonzales said.

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