Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • A contraction of ignominious, like ignomy for ignominy.

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Examples

  • Is a voluntary withdrawal more or less ignomious than a forced one?

    Balkinization

  • Is a voluntary withdrawal more or less ignomious than a forced one?

    Balkinization

  • Is a voluntary withdrawal more or less ignomious than a forced one?

    Balkinization

  • Is a voluntary withdrawal more or less ignomious than a forced one?

    Balkinization

  • Is a voluntary withdrawal more or less ignomious than a forced one?

    Balkinization

  • It might only be a few percent, but given she already has razor thin margins against many Republicans, that could be the difference between victory and ignomious defeat.

    Ian Welsh: Edwards Is More Electable. Period.

  • In John Major's case, it was the daily farce of Back to Basics and the never-ending saga of 'sleaze' - as much as Britain's ignomious exit from the ERM - that ensured electoral disaster for the Tories in 1997.

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • In John Major's case, it was the daily farce of Back to Basics and the never-ending saga of 'sleaze' - as much as Britain's ignomious exit from the ERM - that ensured electoral disaster for the Tories in 1997.

    The slow erosion of government

  • In John Major's case, it was the daily farce of Back to Basics and the never-ending saga of 'sleaze' - as much as Britain's ignomious exit from the ERM - that ensured electoral disaster for the Tories in 1997.

    The slow erosion of government

  • Is a voluntary withdrawal more or less ignomious than a forced one?

    Balkinization

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