Not famous; obscure: an inglorious young writer. (adjective)
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Use "inglorious" in a sentence
"Michael Jordan's glorious NBA career is ending in inglorious fashion."
"Two years more glided away in inglorious inaction; he then made some ineffective warlike expeditions."
"But Mrs. Kane was not slow to read the expression of Hetty's large dark-fringed eyes, which, with all the frankness of childhood, betrayed their owner's thoughts; and she knew that Hetty would find no pleasure in learning to recall the inglorious circumstances of her infancy."