- Public shame or disgrace: the ignominy of being imprisonedMore example sentences
- It can be fully present in failure, disgrace and ignominy.
- Barrie himself was childless, his own joyless marriage to Mary Ansell, a beautiful actress, ending in public ignominy when his wife had an affair.
- The victims must know who heaped mountain upon mountain of injustice, ignominy and humiliation upon them.
mid 16th century: from French ignominie or Latin ignominia, from in- 'not' + a variant of nomen 'name'.