In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1ignominia feminine formaloprobio masculine formal
- All this ignominy heaped on us and we are still unrepentant?
- English soccer hordes have brought disgrace to themselves, contempt on their nation and ignominy to those who try, fitfully, to govern them.
- It can be fully present in failure, disgrace and ignominy.
- It's a battle of dignity against ignominy, a battle for the rights of the peoples of Venezuela and Latin America.
- That should be enough to pile ignominy upon him.
- I'll wait for the post-election post-mortem and watch some pollster shrivel away in 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.
- I am curious more about our women weightlifters returning from Athens in shame and ignominy.
- The greatest ignominy of that afternoon was when Mayo brought their sub-goalkeeper on as a forward for the closing five minutes.
- On stage, he pulls knowing faces, as if his rise from boy-band ignominy to rock superstar is a joke in which audiences are complicit.
- If defaulters don't come forward, they will face charges and the public ignominy of being named.
- But if you really must chew, a few ground rules should keep you this side of social ignominy.
- Imagine the shame, the ignominy, the dire social consequences.
- For a man who won the Open and then the US Open the following year to now suffer this ignominy is a disgrace to the game of golf.
- The final ignominy for United happened just a minute later.
- However, Commercial Street has been saved this ignominy as it is small and there is hardly any space for vehicles and pedestrians to move.
- But he has gone quietly knowing that he will get a nice cushion of more than a million pounds compensation to soften any ignominy.
- The ignominy of under-achievement is lessened by the cash saved.
- Our hockey boys seem to be collapsing in ignominy, though.
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