adjective[predicative] informal, chiefly British
Beneath one; demeaning: she regarded playing for the Pony Club as deeply infra dig
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- As Litt observes, for Armitage's aesthetic worldview, "grandiosity is infra dig."
- It seemed, in that perspective, just a little infra dig to enjoin such praise.
Early 19th century: abbreviation of Latin infra dignitatem 'beneath (one's) dignity'.
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