Drop in one or two that the Republicans will attack as undignified to the occasion.
As traditions go, the farewell speech is not a great one: undignified for the departing anchor, uncomfortable for everyone else.
They are left alone; they die a horrible, undignified death alone.
Character seems precisely to be what the undignified Palin lacks.
In 1917, President Woodrow Wilson called the idea of parties “undignified.”
We must be able to say that he is immoral, not that he is undignified or ridiculous.
And even now it was held to be undignified to swerve from that doctrine.
One of the men came and released me from my undignified position, and I could then see how the cheetahs were secured.
"It was all there," but all unseemly, ungraceful, undignified; for Polly Dill was pretty.
All the pride is there still, but it is cramped, querulous, and undignified.