Ignominious in a sentence

Use Ignominious in a sentence


Meaning: [adjective] humiliating, making someone feel ashamed;

Sabine had an ignominious impulse to run and hide somewhere when she saw the visitors at home.

Giving foot massage to wife was considered ignominious and effeminate.

The crime he committed has been an ignominious end to his career.

They would wipe out the shame of their ignominious defeat with a new victory!

The campaign (April–June) was an ignominious failure for the Democrats.

It was an ignominious failure for the famous businessman.

But the most ignominious defeat was to come for the team.

Saints managed a brief recovery to 18-12 before falling away to ignominious defeat.

No other players risked ignominious defeat.