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1. Indignity definition is - an act that offends against a person's dignity or self-respect : insult

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2. How to use Indignity in a sentence.

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3. Indignity definition, an injury to a person's dignity; slighting or contemptuous treatment; humiliating affront, insult, or injury

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4. Noun 1. Indignity - an affront to one's dignity or self-esteem affront, insult - a deliberately offensive act or something producing the effect of deliberate disrespect; "turning his back on me was a deliberate insult"

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5. Clint suffered the Indignity

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6. 20 synonyms of Indignity from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 22 related words, definitions, and antonyms

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8. Indignity: an act or expression showing scorn and usually intended to hurt another's feelings

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9. The effect of such an Indignity was immediate, and brought upon the perpetrators the whole strength of the allied kings

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10. THE WORKS OF HUBERT HOWE BANCROFT, VOLUME 5 HUBERT HOWE BANCROFT There is only one floor, for, of course, the King could never risk the frightful Indignity of having anyone's feet above his head.

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11. Definition of Indignity a situation or event that makes an individual feel embarrassment Examples of Indignity in a sentence I felt as though I suffered a huge Indignity when my ex husband brought his young girlfriend to my birthday party

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12. An Indignity is something embarrassing

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13. An Indignity is usually something that happens to us rather than something we do ourselves

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14. As you might guess from that negative prefix in-, an Indignity is a word that takes dignity (or self-esteem) away

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15. Indignity - an affront to one's dignity or self-esteem affront , insult - a deliberately offensive act or something producing the effect of deliberate disrespect; "turning his back on me was a deliberate insult"

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17. Definition of Indignity in the Definitions.net dictionary

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18. What does Indignity mean? Information and translations of Indignity in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.

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19. Indignity means something that humiliates, insults, or injures the dignity or self respect

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20. Generally, Indignity consist of vulgarity, disgrace, habitual ill treatment, studied neglect, intentional disrespect, abusive language, malignant ridicule, and any other plain manifestation of settled hate and estrangement.

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21. What does Indignity mean? The definition of Indignity is treatment that is humiliating, insulting or hurtful to another

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22. The law has not furnished us with any fixed standards by which to measure [emotional distress] [loss of enjoyment of life] [humiliation] [pain and suffering] [personal Indignity, embarrassment][fear, anxiety, and/or anguish]

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23. If you talk about the Indignity of doing something, you mean that it makes you feel embarrassed or unimportant

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24. Later, he suffered the Indignity of having to flee angry protesters

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25. American English: Indignity / ɪnˈdɪgnɪti /

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26. Indignity is a Punk/HardCore band, established 1995 in Varna Bulgaria.

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27. Still, the Wildcats forward’s acrobatic slam drew a huge applause from the few remaining fans and provided one last Indignity to Washington in its 87-70 defeat Sunday

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28. A man given to Indignity is capable of committing any crime, however heinous it may be

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29. To add extra Indignity to his humiliation he is suffering from a bout of hiccups that threatens to enter the Guinness Book of Records

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30. The Indignity of that day stayed with us the entire year, increasing our determination.

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31. Rankism—The Source of Indignity

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32. Before you suffer the Indignity of dealing with pools of displaced water and leafy muck cleanup, act on it with Consolidated Gutters

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33. Usage examples of "Indignity"

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34. Before you suffer the Indignity of dealing with pools of displaced water and leafy muck cleanup, act on it with Consolidated Gutters

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35. (plural indignities) Indignity (of something/of doing something) a situation that makes you feel embarrassed or ashamed because you are not treated with respect; an act that causes these feelings synonym humiliation The chairman suffered the Indignity of being refused admission to the meeting

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36. • An Indignity for the noble halibut and a waste of natural resources

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37. • He suffered insult and Indignity in silence

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38. • For Annie, this was the final Indignity

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39. • But this bird was spared that Indignity

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40. Indignity (countable and uncountable, plural indignities) degradation, debasement or humiliation; an affront to one's dignity or pride; Related terms

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41. Every Insult & Indignity: The Life, Genius & Legacy of Major Patrick Ferguson - Kindle edition by Roberts, Ricky, Brown, Bryan

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42. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Every Insult & Indignity: The Life, Genius & Legacy of Major Patrick Ferguson.

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43. So interesting on so many levels: "Every Insult and Indignity" is the kind of book I wish we'd had in school

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44. If you talk about the Indignity of doing something, you mean that it makes you feel embarrassed or unimportant

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45. Later, he suffered the Indignity of having to flee …

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46. Indignity /ɪnˈdɪɡnɪtɪ/ TEM4 1

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47. N-VAR If you talk about the Indignity of doing something, you mean that it makes you feel embarrassed or unimportant.

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48. Verbs for Indignity include indignified, indignifies, indignify and indignifying

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49. Indignity - WordReference thesaurus: synonyms, discussion and more

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50. The point in question was the Indignity of the accused, allegedly, having stored the body of Sir Alex Clegg in the meat cold room with the intention of substituting it in the casket with the two frozen pork carcases acquired for that very purpose; and then the cremation to follow.

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51. Indignity (n.) "unworthy treatment; act intended to lower the dignity of another," 1580s, from Latin indignitatem (nominative indignitas) "unworthiness, meanness, baseness," also "unworthy conduct, an outrage," noun of quality from indignus "unworthy," from in-"not, opposite of" (see in-(1)) + dignus "worth (n.), worthy, proper, fitting," from PIE *dek-no-, suffixed form of root *dek-"to take

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53. You can complete the definition of Indignity given by the English Definition dictionary with other English dictionaries: Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Oxford, Cambridge, Chambers Harrap, Wordreference, Collins Lexibase dictionaries, Merriam Webster

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54. Definition of Indignity written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.

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56. Indignity n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc

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57. Custodial arrests for the crimes intrinsically connected to homelessness, such as urban camping, inflict needless Indignity on Arizona’s homeless residents

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58. 14, It was the surprise and Indignity of watching the yellow stain spread which made me wince

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59. 15, An Indignity for the noble halibut and a waste of natural resources

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60. 16, Recently a Nomura executive suffered the Indignity of being taken hostage by a client wielding a samurai sword.

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INDIGNITY [inˈdiɡnədē]

NOUN
indignity (noun) · indignities (plural noun)

  • treatment or circumstances that cause one to feel shame or to lose one's dignity.
Synonyms: shame . humiliation . embarrassment . mortification . abasement . degradation . disgrace . dishonor . stigma . disrepute . discredit . opprobrium . scandal . infamy . ignobility . affront . insult . abuse . mistreatment . injury . offense . injustice . outrage . slight . snub . contempt . disrespect . discourtesy . obloquy . honor . glory .

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