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infra dig

[in-fruh dig] /ˈɪn frə ˈdɪg/
beneath one's dignity.
Origin of infra dig
1815-25; < Latin infrā dignitātem Unabridged
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Examples from the web for infra dig
  • Cranking out freelance articles to pay off one's marquisate bill, however, is unquestionably infra dig.
  • Metal nameplates would be considered scandalously infra dig.
  • It is infra dig through a significant part of law today to take seriously the substance of law itself.
  • He could barely even pretend to act as if he cared about the destruction of the great city and its infra dig inhabitants.
British Dictionary definitions for infra dig

infra dig

/ˈɪnfrə ˈdɪɡ/
(postpositive) (informal) beneath one's dignity
Word Origin
C19: from Latin phrase infrā dignitātem
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infra dig

Latin infra dignitatem (beneath [one's] dignity)
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