Ignominy

• (n.) Public disgrace or dishonor; reproach; infamy. • (n.) An act deserving disgrace; an infamous act.
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Ignominy

Ig'no·min·y noun ; plural Ignominies . [ Latin ignominia ignominy ( i.e. , a deprivation of one's good name); in- not + nomen name: confer French ignominie . See In- not, and Name .] 1. Public disgrace or dishonor; reproach; i...
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ignominy

a state of dishonor
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ignominy

a state of dishonor
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ignominy

ignominy 1. Great personal dishonor or humiliation. 2. Shameful or disgraceful action, conduct, or character. 3. From French ignominie, from Old French, from Latin ignominia (influenced by gnoscere, 'to know').
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ignominy

loss of one's reputation; shame and dishonor; infamy.
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