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[ɪnɡlˈɔːɹɪəs], [ɪnɡlˈɔːɹɪəs], [ɪ_n_ɡ_l_ˈɔː_ɹ_ɪ__ə_s]

Synonyms for Inglorious:

inglorious (noun)

black, disgraceful, dishonorable, ignominious, obscure, opprobrious, shameful, unknown, unsung.

Other synonyms and related words:

Unbeseeming, Unhandsome, abusive, achromatic, anonymous, appalling, base, be inglorious, blackened, blameworthy, bleak, bootleg, bringing ruin, calamitous, chastening, cloudy, contemptible, contemptuous, contraband, corrupt, dark, debased, decisive, degrading, deplorable, derogatory, deserving dishonor, detestable, dim, disastrous, discomfiting, discreditable, disdainful, disgrace oneself, dishonest, dishonourable, dismal, disreputable, disrespectable, dreadful, embarrassing, expose oneself, extremely dark, fatal, fateful, fearful, frightful, grim, homely, humble, humblest, humbling, humiliating, ignoble, ignotus, immoral, inconsequential, inconspicuous, incur disgrace, indecent, indign, infamous, infra dignitatem, innocuous, insignificant, insulting, least, little, little-known, low, lowest, lowliest, lowly, mean, minor, modest, morally unacceptable, mordant, mortifying, nameless, no credit to, not glorious, notorious, offensive, outrageous, pitch black, pitch-dark, plain, poor, recreant, renownless, reprehensible, scandalous, schlocky, scornful, scurrilous, seamy, shabby, shady, shaming, shocking, shoddy, simple, sinister, small, smutty, sordid, stigmatic, teachable, unbecoming, unbefitting, uncelebrated, unchivalric, undignified, undistinguished, unethical, unfamed, ungentlemanlike, ungentlemanly, unglorified, unheard-of, unhonored, unimportant, unknightly, unknown to fame, unmanly, unnamed, unnotable, unnoted, unnoticed, unpopular, unpraiseworthy, unpretentious, unprincipled, unremarked, unrenowned, unrespectable, unsavory, unseemly, unworthy, vile.

Rhymes for Inglorious:

  1. glorious, boreas;
  2. notorious, victorious, sartorius, laborious;
  3. meritorious;

Quotes for Inglorious:

  1. Perseverance- a lowly virtue whereby mediocrity achieves an inglorious success. Ambrose Bierce.
  2. Death is nothing, but to live defeated and inglorious is to die daily. Napoleon Bonaparte.
  3. I set forth a humble and inglorious life; that does not matter. You can tie up all moral philosophy with a common and private life just as well as with a life of richer stuff. Each man bears the entire form of man's estate. Michel de Montaigne.