from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Archaic Unworthy.
- adj. Obsolete Shameful; disgraceful.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Unworthy, undeserving.
- adj. disgraceful
- adj. unbecoming
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Unworthy; undeserving; disgraceful; degrading.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
Seeing my heart is wholly his spurns love as sin indign.
Wo name, my friends? "the Mwangaza is yelling at us indign andy" This strange Syndicate that has dragged us here today has no name?
Would make the humblest penitent of sinner most indign.
M. de Narbonne, somewhat indign de la mauvaise foi, and excd des longueurs de son adversaire, was not quite so gentle with him, and I was glad to perceive that he meant to resist, in some degree at least, the exorbitant demands of his landlord.
Sometimes I have to laugh when sportswriters and fans get all indign ...
And the moral murder of my child is to be my punishment for daring to turn a deaf ear to the indign passion of a brute!
Exceeds not mine for him nor more devotion shows, but he * Seeing my heart is wholly his spurns love as sin indign. "
M. 's book against Vorstius and Arminius, and noted your zeal to deliver the majesty of God from the vain and indign comprehensions of heresy and degenerate philosophy, as you had by your pen formerly endeavoured to deliver kings from the usurpation of Rome, _perculsit illico animum_ that God would set shortly upon you some visible favour, _and let me not live if I thought not of the taking away of that man_. "