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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishignominiousig‧no‧min‧i‧ous /ˌɪɡnəˈmɪniəs/ adjective formal  ASHAMEDmaking you feel ashamed or embarrassed syn humiliatingignominious defeat/failure/retreat etc an ignominious end to his careerignominiously adverb
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ignominiousHe was no hero: his final exit was ignominious.So, a sort of ignominious continuation - Elvis Costello's thirty-third album!an ignominious defeatNo other party risked ignominious defeat.They would wipe out the shame of their ignominious defeat!That it was erected, operated for a short while and then reverted to ignominious dereliction are all true.The principle of propulsion by Flettner rotors suffers still from their ignominious fate.Pretty ignominious sort of territorial pawn at that.Heavy losses or, at best, inadequate returns on capital invested have resulted in ignominious withdrawals from the market.ignominious defeat/failure/retreat etcNo other party risked ignominious defeat.Saints managed a brief recovery to 18-12 before falling away to ignominious defeat.The anniversary of his coronation seemed destined to be marked by ignominious defeat.They would wipe out the shame of their ignominious defeat!It was an ignominious failure - the plane left the runway then crashed into a ball of flames.
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