Definición de ignoble en inglés:

ignoble

Saltos de línea: ig|noble
Pronunciación: /ɪgˈnəʊb(ə)l
 
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adjetivo (ignobler, ignoblest)

  • 2Of humble origin or social status.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Yerby's characterization of Fancy is, therefore, ironic, emphasizing the ignoble origins of most Southerners.
    • Travellers from Marco Polo onwards had created a rich and often fanciful literature depicting the lives of noble and ignoble savages in varying states of nature.
    • All right, Tarzan has no black characters, not even servants, neither noble nor ignoble savages.

Derivativos

ignobility

Pronunciación: /-nəˈbɪlɪti/
sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I took the Salon piece as an attempt to honestly portray an ignoble (not evil, but ignoble) side of human nature, without praising it and even while acknowledging its ignobility.
  • But viewed from another perspective, the Swedes have written a new chapter in ignobility, presenting the world's top literary honor to an author who considers his own work irrelevant.
  • It is almost an axiom that no man may make a career in politics in the Republic without stooping to such ignobility: it is as necessary as a loud voice.

ignobly

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Nonetheless, Jenkins underlines his subject's vulnerability well, interspersing nuggets from Lear and Prospero with tag lines from the fish-stick commercials Welles ignobly resorted to in his old age.
  • April 1 marks their ignobly titled tin anniversary at the Rock, a 10-year innings that makes them one of the country's longest-running radio pairings.
  • Or maybe I would fall in, ignobly, with the packs of Hollywood runaways I had seen profiled sensationally on television news magazines.

Origen

late Middle English (in sense 2): from French, or from Latin ignobilis, from in- 'not' + gnobilis, older form of nobilis 'noble'.

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