inglorious

[ in-glawr-ee-uhs, -glohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF inglorious

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INGLORIOUS

Physical love is only inglorious when it is regarded ingloriously.

But outside, and against assaults that were inglorious, what protection had she?

She had come to as inglorious an end as her victim, the Pegasus.

The peaceful path in life was, then, in her estimate, the inglorious one.

They are weary of their monotonous, inactive, inglorious life.

No policy was too inglorious that enabled them to avoid the need of war.

Equally harmless and inglorious was the catastrophe of Susy and her friend.

The last act of the drama was so inglorious that I am almost ashamed to tell it.

Let not the sun look down and say, "Inglorious here he lies!"

There may be mute, inglorious Miltons, but Art struggles for expression.

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