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- n. Plural form of ignobility.
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I, as all the generations of philosophers before me, know woman for what she is -- her weaknesses, and meannesses, and immodesties, and ignobilities, her earth-bound feet, and her eyes that have never seen the stars.
I, as all the generations of philosophers before me, know woman for what she isher weaknesses and meannesses and immodesties and ignobilities, her earth-bound feet and her eyes that have never seen the stars.
What is this flame of her, blazing through all her contradictions and ignobilities?
Here, in effect says the worthy churchman, was a man who, having passed the flower of his life in squalor and all manner of ignobilities, still kept in a sense the whiteness of his soul and allowed the brightness of the celestial flame to burn, faintly indeed but unextinguished, on the altar of his heart.