• Part of speech: undefined
    • Other antonyms
      self-esteem, eminence, eulogy, account, importance, acclaim, acclamation, Fame, magnitude, compliment, ego, weightiness, moment, renown, mark, note, encomium, praise, report, repute, odor, flattery, notoriety, celebrity, pride, significance, reputation, approval, pridefulness, import, applause, panegyric, consequence, laurels, glory, sycophancy, approbation, plaudit, momentousness, weight, adulation, character.

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Only three remained to accept the ignominy of capture.
- "And they thought we wouldn't fight" by Floyd Gibbons
She had begged him not to go out into the town on the morning when he had been so instrumental in saving his townsmen from the ignominy of being pressed into the service of the Republic; and when he returned in the evening, crowned with laurels, she had not congratulated him.
- La Vendée An Historical Romance by Anthony Trollope
There are certain melancholy thoughts upon which one must have the strength to insist; there are sinks of ignominy we must have the courage to sound.
- Napoleon the Little by Victor Hugo
And, then, the ignominy of it!
- The Beautiful Wretch; The Pupil of Aurelius; and The Four Macnicols by William Black
The ignominy of his position crushed him.
- McAllister and His Double by Arthur Train