Left unspoken was the ignoble thought: If we can't beat this guy, then what are we doing and what are we for?
In other words, it was a thing of beauty from a land of ignoble ugliness.
America, and Americans, should reject “the doctrine of ignoble ease” that had emasculated the nation.
But I certainly do believe that Bashar, if facing defeat, prefers guaranteed safe-passage into exile rather than an ignoble death.
Tom King was a scholar at Eton before he began his ignoble career.
Then he sang of how the vengeance of the Gods was about to fall on this ignoble King.
But I have not been blind to what might be her—opinion now, either, impossible and ignoble though it seems.
An ambition that confessedly overleaps all bounds is at least not an ignoble one.
I had played an ignoble part thus far, as almost any girl might have done.
But see how in even an ignoble age the manly boy can still be noble.