infra-dig

infra dig

[in-fruh dig]
noun
beneath one's dignity.

Origin:
1815–25; < Latin infrā dignitātem

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infra dig (ˈɪnfrə ˈdɪɡ)
 
adj
informal (postpositive) beneath one's dignity
 
[C19: from Latin phrase infrā dignitātem]

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infra dig
1824, colloquial abbreviation of L. infra dignitatem "beneath the dignity of."
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infra dig
Latin infra dignitatem (beneath [one's] dignity)
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