Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: indignity
IPA transcription: [,ɪnd'ɪɡnət,i]
Pronunciations of indignity
noun meaning of the word
  • Synonyms: indignity
    Meaning: an affront to one's dignity or self-esteem
Usage examples
  • Georgia fled, and cried in anger over this indignity, declaring that she hated Castle and would not be sorry if something should happen to spoil his fine nose.
  • Mortified pride--doubly mortified by Naomi's contemptuous refusal and by the personal indignity offered to him by Ambrose--was at the bottom of his conduct in absenting himself from Morwick.
  • Jane did know, I am sorry for Mary's sake to say, how often the fair hand was given to such spasms; so with this emphasized hint she walked on ahead, half sulky at the indignity put upon her, and half amused at her whimsical mistress.
  • Should the king, they said, be able by force of arms to prevail over the parliament of England, and reestablish his authority in that powerful kingdom, he will undoubtedly retract all those concessions which, with so many circumstances of violence and indignity, the Scots have extorted from him.
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