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1 Their attempt failed ignominiously.
2 Their soldiers had to retreat ignominiously after losing hundreds of lives.
3 Ignominiously, I was hustled out after my second question clutching my scrap of question paper.
4 His imminent departure was discovered and he was ignominiously sacked.
5 Arrived another place, is again frighten by light ignominiously.
6 She would be scolded, abused, ignominiously discharged.
7 The conquered often die ignominiously.
8 If I interpret your letter right, you are ignominiously married.
9 For instance, the more versatile Singaporeans, with richer experiences of life, might have been deterred from taking part for fear of losing face within sight of friends and relatives,(www.Sentencedict.com) should they perform ignominiously.
10 The king had tried to flee the country in June 1791, and had been ignominiously brought back under guard.
11 Eaton had also had some bad luck in the cattle business, and had to switch ignominiously to chickens.
12 It was the first communication she'd had with her since the day she left the convent ignominiously and in dire disgrace.
13 As is usual with right natures, the deity that lies ignominiously chained within an ephemeral human carcase shone out of him like a ray.
14 In an old clothes basket, like a bundle of laundry, or groceries, the servant of Jesus Christ was dropped from the window and ignominiously fled from the hate of his foes.
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