Definition of Ingloriously

1. Adverb. In a dishonorable manner or to a dishonorable degree. "His grades were disgracefully low"




Definition of Ingloriously

1. adv. In an inglorious manner; dishonorably; with shame; ignominiously; obscurely.

Definition of Ingloriously

1. Adverb. In an inglorious manner. ¹

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Definition of Ingloriously

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ingloriously

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ingloriously (current term)
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Literary usage of Ingloriously

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1. The Letters and Works of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu by Lady Mary Wortley Montagu (1837)
"I look so little in my own eyes (who was at that time ingloriously sitting over a tea-table,) I hardly dare subscribe myself even, Yours. ..."

2. The Works of Rufus Choate: With a Memoir of His Life by Rufus Choate, Samuel Gilman Brown (1862)
"We had just gone through a war with honor; we had contended not ingloriously with the first power in the world ; we had recovered our long lost self-respect ..."

3. Ridpath's History of the World: Being an Account of the Principal Events in by John Clark Ridpath (1910)
"... Antiochus next vindicated his title of Great by doing what several of his predecessors had ingloriously failed to accomplish—subdue the ..."

4. Remarks on Forest Scenery, and Other Woodland Views by William Gilpin (1834)
"elder; and of some of the other barons that favoured the cause of Lewis, who so ingloriously quitted the kingdom for which he had contended, that history is ..."

5. The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia by James Orr (1915)
"And this silence of his is the writer's way of making the friends' theory subside ingloriously. The idea that J. has a defensible cause or sees farther than ..."

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