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  • adj. Common misspelling of ignominious.


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  • I’ve started a number of projects during the course of my half century on the planet, and many of them have gone down in ignominous flames.

    2006 November « Becca’s Byline

  • It's not anyone's fault but her own that she has reigned over one of the most ignominous failures in modern political history.

    Hillary Challenging Obama To Free-Form Debates

  • In Japan, all of the senior excutives of these bank and financial institutions that are failing would have resigned in ignominous shame by now and several would have probably had the decency to hang themselves.

    Big Darkness soon come

  • In an editorial the next day, the New York Times welcomed “this awakening of national patriotism, this solidarity of opinion,” which had routed “the ignominous pacifism preached so loudly and widely.”

    The meaning of patriotism

  • Think of it: at the close of an ignominous term, Bush can take the high road.

    Nunc Scio » 2008 » December

  • Due to the fact of having complained I have been accused of poisoning the project, of taking away all the fun out of it, of making Debian social environment ignominous, of being unable to work with other people.

    Miriam Ruiz

  • Plaques on the sites record details of guerrilla attacks and mark the date of the occupiers '"ignominous departure."

    At The Heart Of The Matter

  • And I think that, more than anything, is the reason why MMP when down to an ignominous defeat.

    Nunc Scio » Blog Archive » The smoking crater of MMP

  • Humanity has a long and ignominous history of extrapolating current trends in a linear manner, into the future.

    Lawrence Solomon series in National Post « Climate Audit

  • Shall I allow that truth to drag my most familiar child, and yours too, to a most ignominous future?

    The End of Eden


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