ingloriously

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

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Each time she had attempted to injure them she had been ingloriously defeated.

I have now definitely intervened; but how weakly, how ingloriously!

Thereupon they ingloriously broke camp and made off to Carthage.

Hooker had a grand opportunity, but ingloriously failed to use it.

And, divided against ourselves, how ingloriously should we fall!

So, ingloriously, they returned through the night to Locksley.

It was a burlesque and a comedy farce, and so it ingloriously ended.

"No; I will not return to Scotland ingloriously," cried Charles.

The animal we had ingloriously won was undersized, weighing scant 175 pounds.

He worked it on the first man and sent him ingloriously to the bench.

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