Their generals have been received with honor after their defeat; yours with ignominy after conquest.Addison.
Vice begins in mistake, and ends in ignominy.Rambler.
Ignominy is the infliction of such evil as is made dishonorable, or the deprivation of such good as is made honorable by the Commonwealth.Hobbes.
2. An act deserving disgrace; an infamous act.
Syn. -- Opprobrium; reproach; dishonor.
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