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disjunction, disjuncture, Disseverance, Disseverment, disunion, severance, partition, detachment, parting, separation.
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ignominious
Definition:
Marked with ignominy; in curring public disgrace; dishonorable; shameful.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
inglorious, black, opprobrious, disgraceful, shameful, ignominious.
despicable
shabby, low-life, lowlife.
disreputable
in the doghouse, in low esteem, in bad, discreditable, no good.
humiliating
embarrassing, discreditable, inglorious, disgraceful, shameful, dishonorable.
offensive
nasty, contemptible, rotten, despicable, vile, mean.
shady
shady.
vulgar
colloquial, sordid, common, earthy, undignified, raw, repulsive, rude, coarse-grained, animal, salty, unbecoming, gross, barnyard, cockney, degraded, inelegant, graceless, offensive, rank, shameless, tasteless, ignoble, chintzy, broad, brazen, clumsy, boorish, scandalous, tawdry, crass, revolting, profane, in bad taste, unpolished, obscene, depraved, barbaric, ill-bred, base, low, indelicate, philistine, cheap, tactless, glaring, outlandish, unrefined, brutish, rough, unseemly, sleazy, gaudy, crude, idiomatic, coarse, homespun, garish, vulgar.
adverb
lowly
humble.
noun
humiliating
embarrassing, mean.
ignominious
shameful, disgraceful, dishonourable, opprobrious, dishonorable, inglorious, black.
Examples of usage:
  1. Without the love of Marion Wade, I care not how soon my life may come to an end- not much either in what way- an ignominious gallows, or an honoured grave. – The White Gauntlet by Mayne Reid
  2. If you neglect these principles, I can foresee an ignominious end in store for you, Barefoot, and Colonel Musgrave will trample on your corpse. – General Bramble by André Maurois
  3. I am ignorant of the new system I am required to adopt; but I am well assured that the correction of old age is always an ungrateful and ignominious office. – Roman Women Woman: In All Ages and in All Countries, Volume 2 (of 10) by Alfred Brittain
  4. He was the first French traitor of the war, and being caught in the act, met an ignominious death by the roadside. – America's War for Humanity by Thomas Herbert Russell
  5. 8. The believer discovers, moreover, in Christ the most astonishing humility, wherein he was so eminent, that he readily underwent the most ignominious death of the cross. – True Christianity by Johann Arndt

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