ignoble[ ig-noh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF ignoble
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Wrens and sparrows are not too ignoble a quarry for this villainous gos-hawk!
I remained there, amazed and confused by the insolence of this ignoble brute.
And vulgar, ignoble farce was turned into a great historical drama.
We were agreed that parents should rule their children, the elder the younger, the noble the ignoble.
It may be an ignoble thing to lie, but with what other weapon was I to fight this brigand?
Rich or poor, high or low, noble or ignoble, thou only hast my heart.
I will not be satisfied to be ever the mean, ignoble thing I now am.'
He might think and say as he pleased, my station was too ignoble to suggest respect.
What an ignoble avowal is this, and what a sarcasm upon all intellect and its labours!
That I am too poor, too ignoble, too undistinguished, to raise my eyes to such attraction.
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