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indign

[in-dahyn] /ɪnˈdaɪn/
adjective
1.
Archaic. unworthy.
2.
Obsolete. unbecoming or disgraceful.
Origin
late Middle English
1400-1450
1400-50; late Middle English indigne < Middle French < Latin indignus, equivalent to in- in-3 + dignus worthy; see dignity
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British Dictionary definitions for indign

indign

/ɪnˈdaɪn/
adjective (obsolete or poetic)
1.
undeserving; unworthy
2.
unseemly; disgraceful
3.
not deserved
Word Origin
C15: from Old French indigne, from Latin indignus unworthy, from in-1 + dignus worthy; see dignity
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