Definition Of ignominy
public shame or disgrace.
the ignominy of being imprisoned
Example Of ignominy
All this ignominy heaped on us and we are still unrepentant?
Barrie himself was childless, his own joyless marriage to Mary Ansell, a beautiful actress, ending in public ignominy when his wife had an affair.
But he has gone quietly knowing that he will get a nice cushion of more than a million pounds compensation to soften any ignominy .
But if you really must chew, a few ground rules should keep you this side of social ignominy .
English soccer hordes have brought disgrace to themselves, contempt on their nation and ignominy to those who try, fitfully, to govern them.