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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"