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Ignominious vs Abject - What's the difference?

ignominious | abject | Related terms |

Ignominious is a related term of abject.


As adjectives the difference between ignominious and abject

is that ignominious is marked by shame or disgrace while abject is (obsolete) rejected; cast aside .

As a noun abject is

a person in the lowest and most despicable condition; a castaway; outcast .

As a verb abject is

(obsolete) to cast off or out; to reject .

Ignominious vs Cheap - What's the difference?

ignominious | cheap | Related terms |

Ignominious is a related term of cheap.


As adjectives the difference between ignominious and cheap

is that ignominious is marked by shame or disgrace while cheap is low and/or reduced in price.

As a noun cheap is

trade; traffic; chaffer; chaffering.

As a verb cheap is

(obsolete) to trade; traffic; bargain; chaffer; ask the price of goods; cheapen goods.

As an adverb cheap is

cheaply.

Ignominious vs Bashful - What's the difference?

ignominious | bashful |


As adjectives the difference between ignominious and bashful

is that ignominious is marked by shame or disgrace while bashful is inclined to avoid notice.

Imbroglio vs Ignominious - What's the difference?

imbroglio | ignominious |


As a noun imbroglio

is (l) (complicated situation).

As an adjective ignominious is

marked by shame or disgrace.

Contempt vs Ignominious - What's the difference?

contempt | ignominious |


As a noun contempt

is (uncountable) the state of contemning; the feeling or attitude of regarding someone or something as inferior, base, or worthless; scorn, disdain.

As an adjective ignominious is

marked by shame or disgrace.

Ignominious vs Shamed - What's the difference?

ignominious | shamed |


As an adjective ignominious

is marked by shame or disgrace.

As a verb shamed is

(shame).

Ignominious vs Infamy - What's the difference?

ignominious | infamy |


As an adjective ignominious

is marked by shame or disgrace.

As a noun infamy is

the state of being infamous.

Ingrate vs Ignominious - What's the difference?

ingrate | ignominious |


As adjectives the difference between ingrate and ignominious

is that ingrate is (obsolete|poetic) ungrateful while ignominious is marked by shame or disgrace.

As a noun ingrate

is an ungrateful person.

Integrate vs Ignominious - What's the difference?

integrate | ignominious |


As a verb integrate

is to form into one whole; to make entire; to complete; to renew; to restore; to perfect.

As an adjective ignominious is

marked by shame or disgrace.

Ignominious vs Abashed - What's the difference?

ignominious | abashed |


As adjectives the difference between ignominious and abashed

is that ignominious is marked by shame or disgrace while abashed is embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed.

As a verb abashed is

(abash).

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