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- n. unworthiness meriting public disgrace and dishonor
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If he has any vestigial decency left in his tiny soul, he will resign and spare his wife and children the ignominiousness of being forced to remain in the public spotlight.
The summum of ignominiousness, the local presiding justice of Tabriz had the gall to declare that Sakineh is in good health.
Insects in their cells, cramped quarters, being sprayed with cold water, even the ignominiousness of being finger-slapped.
The summum of ignominiousness, the local presiding justice of Tabriz had the gall to declare that
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