You call a halt, ignominiously, and say that you would like to rest for a minute or two.
Its name, which once rode astride the corporate headquarters on New York's Columbus Circle, was ignominiously removed.
Denonville was ignominiously broken for the speech he had made at Blenheim.
They had ignominiously perished, and had given color to the liquid.
What shall we say of a nation that so ignominiously surrendered its liberties?
He broke down, however, ignominiously in his attempts with the tramway fish-horns.
She cannot resist the temptation to transgress this command, and is ignominiously ejected.
Honestly, I am restless at having been so ignominiously overcome.
Eventually they had to climb, or be ignominiously hoisted over the wall of the bungalow.
He was ignominiously rolled down the sand to the water's edge.
early 15c., from Middle French ignominieux (14c.) or directly from Latin ignominiosus "disgraceful, shameful," from ignominia "loss of a (good) name," from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + nomen (genitive nominis) "name" (see name). Influenced by Old Latin gnoscere "come to know." Related: Ignominiously; ignominiousness.