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Definition of "ignobly" [ig•no•bly]

  • In an ignoble manner (adverb)

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Use "ignobly" in a sentence
  • "Montors 'love for her, so goaded and allured the outcome of their talk -- "ignobly," as she said, -- that a clean-handed gentleman would come at three o'clock for Perion de la Forêt, and guide a thief toward unmerited impunity."
  • "“Has the Church experienced simplicity ignobly visited upon the liturgical life of the Western Church in recent decades,” Reid asked?"
  • "The movement of man is ignobly simple, frantic flails of a swimmer, drowning in worry, hurry and usury"
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