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undignified

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishundignifiedun‧dig‧ni‧fied /ʌnˈdɪɡnɪfaɪd/ adjective  EMBARRASSEDbehaving in a way that is embarrassing or makes you look silly There was an undignified scramble for the free drinks.
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undignifiedTo struggle out with it while she watched would be conceding her victory in a minor battle - undignified.Staff have to go through the undignified and anxiety-provoking process of applying for their own jobs.The feeling that this discipline is somehow undignified is difficult to dislodge in some minds.Very few of us like to see pictures of ourselves looking tired, haggard or undignified, or with teeth missing.Rachel and Chas sprawled in undignified positions on the floor ...If she tried to evict him an undignified struggle would only ensue and she wouldn't give him the satisfaction.I've always thought that much more undignified than going bald.
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