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undignified Line breaks: un|dig¦ni|fied
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈdɪɡnɪfʌɪd/

Definition of undignified in English:

adjective

Appearing foolish and unseemly; lacking in dignity: an undignified exit
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  • I tried to get my hands on it at every available opportunity and drove it in a highly undignified manner (sorry, Dad).
  • It's rough and demanding and I feel it would be undignified and demeaning for the fair sex to be taking part in such a spectacle.
  • The kill is no better, as a fox will be torn to shreds by the hounds, thus completing a miserable and undignified exit for the animal.
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