ignominious[ ig-nuh-min-ee-uhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF ignominious
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IGNOMINIOUS
A groan of distress burst from him, and he fled the place in ignominious rout.
He pleasantly promises the ignominious death of your chief friends.
But this was a death of the most ignominious and painful description.
Such an experiment was at all events predestined to an ignominious failure.
But of all these numerous occasions the most ignominious was shortly after the affair with the Grizzly.
The method of his capture seemed to him quite as ignominious as the fact.
Mine was now an ignominious role, indeed, yet I knew it was best.
They are all traitors; and will only hurry us the sooner, if we suffer ourselves to be deceived by them, to an ignominious death!
Ignominious as such a course must be, it is often the only one left.
What an ignominious climax to what had promised to be a royal holiday!