And always their second aim was to shell that opponent until he dropped his arms and took to ignominious flight.
But you have to be prepared to be portrayed as an ignominious heathen if you say so.
The sports landscape has been littered with ignominious moments from defunct leagues gone by.
They've fought bravely to liberate their country from this dictator, and he met an ignominious end yesterday.
He pointed out the essentially dishonorable nature of the job and the ignominious and inevitable fate if he got caught.
They tried to dissuade me in such ignominious ways, economically and administratively.
Word Origin and History for ignominious
1520s, from M.Fr. ignominieux (14c.), from L. ignominiosus "disgraceful, shameful," from ignominia "loss of a (good) name," from in- "not" + nomen (gen. nominis) "name." Influenced by Old L. gnoscere "come to know."