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ignoble
(adj)
ig-NO-bǝl
Meaning

not noble; base; low; dishonorable; despicable

1st Sample Sentence

It's tragic that such a good, honest, and kindhearted woman should have made the mistake of marrying such an ignoble man, who only cares about himself and feels no guilt at all for all the harm he has done her.

Root

in (not, opposite of)#nobilis (well-known, famous, renowned, of superior birth) (Latin)

Synonyms

ignoble, odious, reprehensible, sordid, unconscionable

Antonyms

irreproachable

Mnemonics

igno (ignore)+ble (able). so if something IS unworthy and not noble, ONE should be able to ignore them.

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