1. the quality of being ignoble
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How To Use ignobility In A Sentence

  • But viewed from another perspective, the Swedes have written a new chapter in ignobility, presenting the world's top literary honor to an author who considers his own work irrelevant.
  • What wasn't publicized was the ignobility of young Merritt's poverty. A Girl's Legs Stirring The Air
  • The explanation follows - the women, thus monumentalized, are eternally atoning for the ignobility of Caryae, a Greek state which allied with the Persians, and shared their defeat.
  • We MUST educate the young, the vulnerable, the at risk, that military service and war is not a career, nor is it a dignified cause for one's country; it is an ignominious act of ignobility, where the fate that awaits you is death, being maimed, mentally disabled or a murderer. Wexler: A Lone Hero at the Petraeus/Crocker Hearings
  • This week on the most excellent Pseudopod horror podcast, David Nickle's fantastic story "The Inevitability of Earth," a tale about the ignobility of those who would fly: Boing Boing
  • Wretchedness is a contemptible state whose very ignobility motivates ennobling improvement. A Week To Go
  • The germ of his falling-out with his beloved Wagner lay in his growing awareness of Wagner's personal ignobility and malevolence.
  • It is almost an axiom that no man may make a career in politics in the Republic without stooping to such ignobility: it is as necessary as a loud voice.
  • But regarded purelyfrom the standpoint of blood, such a development was profoundly unfortunate: more and more, the nobility lost the racial basis for its existence, andin large measure the designation of 'ignobility' would have been more suitablefor it. Mein Kampf
  • If Truthfulness is the Last Taboo, in the meantime the lowest common denominator aspect of our culture sensationalizes other taboos -- like sex of course, even shrouding ignobility over the very requisite deed that continually incarnates us into the continuum of expression -- to manipulate emotions into profit. Sebastian Siegel: Letting Go to Hold On
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