See also: Ignoble Ignorant Ignoramus Ignominy Ignorance Ignominious Ignore Ignoral Ignoma Ignobly Ignominia Ignored Ignorer Ignoto Ignorantly Ignominity Ignominiously Ignotus Ignorable Ignoring Ignoration
1. Ignoble derives via Middle English and Middle French from the Latin prefix in- ("not") and the Old Latin gnobilis ("noble")
2. Originally, "Ignoble" described someone born to common or plebeian origins, but by the late 16th century it had come to describe people of dishonorable character, or …
3. Ignoble definition, of low character, aims, etc.; mean; base: his Ignoble purposes
4. Ignoble synonyms, Ignoble pronunciation, Ignoble translation, English dictionary definition of Ignoble
5. Ignoble definition, of low character, aims, etc.; mean; base: his Ignoble purposes
6. Synonyms & Antonyms of Ignoble 1 belonging to the class of people of low social or economic rank an Ignoble child who would one day grow up to be a prince among playwrights
7. Ignoble (4 Occurrences) 1 Corinthians 1:28 and the Ignoble things of the world, and the despised, has God chosen, and things that are not, that he may annul the things that are; (DBY) 2 Timothy 2:20 Now in a large house there are not only vessels of gold and of silver, but also of wood and of clay.
8. The definition of Ignoble is capable of base or mean behavior
9. An example of someone who is Ignoble is a person whose character is dishonorable.
10. “Fine writing,” the subjection of noble words to Ignoble service, is to be avoided
11. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER The Ignoble action of the English government brought Mazzini into English political life
12. Ignoble means low, common, or humble, but we tend to use it to describe the lows of human nature, rather than economically humble people or places
13. So a picturesquely crumbing rustic cottage or a cool old diner is not Ignoble, but perhaps a sketchy roadside bar is.
14. Ignoble The noble man is not only more rational than the Ignoble but stronger in desire
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15. From the Cambridge English Corpus At what point does it become Ignoble or disrespectful to the victims if we …
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16. Late Middle English (in Ignoble (sense 2)): from French, or from Latin ignobilis, from in- ‘not’ + gnobilis, older form of nobilis ‘noble’.
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17. Ignoble 'Ignoble' is a 7 letter word starting with I and ending with E Crossword clues for 'Ignoble'
18. Examples of Ignoble in a sentence Because Frank has a habit of not showing up on time, he has an Ignoble reputation as someone who is not very responsible
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19. 🔊 The serial killer was buried in an Ignoble grave in the back of the cemetery
20. Definition of Ignoble in the Definitions.net dictionary
21. Information and translations of Ignoble in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
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22. Above are the results of unscrambling Ignoble
23. We found a total of 107 words by unscrambling the letters in Ignoble.
24. An Ignoble person opposite noble Word Origin late Middle English (originally referring to someone of humble origin or social status): from French, or from Latin ignobilis , from in- …
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25. Synonyms for Ignoble include base, low, despicable, mean, contemptible, dishonourable, shabby, degraded, unworthy and abject
26. Ignoble From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English ig‧no‧ble /ɪɡˈnəʊbəl $ -ˈnoʊ-/ adjective formal Ignoble thoughts, feelings, or actions are ones that you should feel ashamed or embarrassed about SYN base Ignoble feelings of intense jealousy Examples from the Corpus Ignoble • …
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27. Ignoble (adjective) completely lacking nobility in character or quality or purpose; "something cowardly and Ignoble in his attitude" "I think it a less evil that some criminals should escape than that the government should play an Ignoble part" Ignoble (adjective) not of the nobility; "of Ignoble (or ungentle) birth" "untitled civilians"
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28. Adjective If you describe something as Ignoble, you mean that it is bad and something to be ashamed of.
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29. Que quiconque puisse envisager une telle chose est Ignoble.: It is despicable that anyone would even consider such a thing.: Le gouvernement agit de façon délibérée, trompeuse et Ignoble.: It is deliberate, deceitful and despicable.: Alors ne me parle plus de l' Ignoble Garrone et de sa façon de parler
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30. Ignoble In some technical uses, lacking distinction; of low grade; of little esteem
31. There's something cowardly and Ignoble about such an attitude
32. She saved her fury for the Ignoble dead
33. Their vision, for all its limits, was not Ignoble
34. With its own Ignoble voice, blood does, indeed, cry out for b
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35. To the Ignoble portion belong the sensuous appetites
36. Perhaps it was an Ignoble death, and an anticlimax
37. His Ignoble flattery passed for amiability and good-will
38. The chief conspirator died in a less Ignoble fashion
39. In the presence of the social law as mere Ignoble men
40. What a petty, weak, Ignoble …
41. How to say Ignoble in English? Pronunciation of Ignoble with 2 audio pronunciations, 32 synonyms, 1 meaning, 1 antonym, 11 translations, 4 sentences and more for Ignoble.
42. Definition and synonyms of Ignoble from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
43. This is the British English definition of Ignoble.View American English definition of Ignoble.
44. "If I use my discrimination, father, I call Ignoble what my father calls natural." The Bride of Dreams
45. Flaubert has said that "the Ignoble is the sublime of the lower slope." Promenades of an Impressionist
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46. The heart, which is supposed to be the noble part of man, has the same form as the penis, which is the so-called Ignoble part of man
47. We found 13 answers for “Ignoble”
48. This page shows answers to the clue Ignoble, followed by 9 definitions like “Of low birth or family”, “Not of the nobility” and “Of low grade or quality
49. And vulgar, Ignoble farce was turned into a great historical drama
50. Thus Justin Martyr speaks of his appearance as Ignoble and uncomely
51. Rich or poor, high or low, noble or Ignoble, thou only hast my heart
52. The Pope and his datary refused to interfere in this Ignoble quarrel
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53. I was, doubtless, to be the Ignoble instrument of some practical joke.
54. Ignoble is a dragon that appears in the TV special "Dragon Games"
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55. Ignoble is part of Legend's litter of baby dragons, when it is revealed he's actually male
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56. Ignoble - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
57. How to unlock the Ignoble Beasts achievement in Far Cry 5: Kill a bison using only melee weapons (Campaign only)
58. The Confederate Constitution is a forgotten relic of an Ignoble cause that remains contentious generations after the Civil War ended, yet few people even know of its existence or final resting place
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59. Find 50 ways to say Ignoble, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
60. Ignoble means of humble birth, from common or lower class origins.Ignoble may also mean dishonorable, despicable, inferior
61. The word Ignoble is unsurprisingly derived from the Latin word ignobilis, which means obscure, undistinguished, unknown, not noble, common.Strictly speaking, most people could be described as being of Ignoble or non-aristocratic origins, but the term is currently …
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