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Adverbial ignominiously has 1 sense
  1. disgracefully, ingloriously, ignominiously, discreditably, shamefully, dishonorably, dishonourably - in a dishonorably manner or to a dishonorable degree; "his grades were disgracefully low"
    Derived from adjective ignominious1

Definitions from the Web



Ignominiously is an adverb derived from the adjective "ignominious." It refers to an action or behavior that is carried out in a disgraceful, shameful, or humiliating manner.


Sense 1:

Part of Speech: Adverb

Definition: In a manner that brings shame, disgrace, or humiliation.

Example Sentence: He was fired ignominiously after being caught stealing from the company.

Sense 2:

Part of Speech: Adverb

Definition: In a manner that is characterized by public humiliation or loss of reputation.

Example Sentence: The celebrity's scandalous affair was exposed ignominiously in the tabloids.

Sense 3:

Part of Speech: Adverb

Definition: In a way that suggests a total lack of honor or respect.

Example Sentence: The once-respected politician resigned ignominiously amidst a corruption scandal.

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