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Synonyms for ingloriously

in a dishonorable manner or to a dishonorable degree

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Barry Hills, Marcus Tregoning Third and fourth, Kempton, April 10 Sheikh Hamdan must have had high hopes in this maiden, but his colours were carried ingloriously.
Toms would not let go of his precious advantage and this superb contest ended in anticlimax when the Spaniard, taking his driver for a death or glory bash at the last, ingloriously put his ball in the drink.
All too soon it became clear that Peugeot wanted the great name that is/was Citroen, but most of the engineering genius that made that name famous was soon kicked ingloriously into touch.
Since Week 1 of the NFL season, I have loudly proclaimed that the Colts will gallop ingloriously into Super Bowl XXXIV, staking my shaky reputation on a team that had lost 26 of its previous 32 games to march into Atlanta Jan.
The Newcastle squad which shuffled so ingloriously out of the Premier League two years ago was far from overblessed in that regard.
LOUIS VAN GAAL'S reign at Bayern Munich ended ingloriously yesterday.
The French raid was strictly David's idea, Martin stressed, and although it ended ingloriously, as did the hopes of the other two Britannique visitors, it shows that when it comes to placing horses, the pupil has learned well from his master.
She was ingloriously towed back to harbour after a bow broke off in a relatively tame force four breeze.
Historical Note: Going from 3-13 to 13-3, the Colts - en route to galloping ingloriously toward Super Bowl XXXIV - executed the biggest turnaround in NFL history and the biggest turnaround in U.
True, they stumbled ingloriously at Chelsea, but four wins and a draw represents as good a start as any Holte Ender could have wished for.
Such tragedy recalls the fate of the now unfashionable writer Rudyard Kipling, whose own son marched off to war at his proud father's behest only to die ingloriously in the Flanders mud.
His career ended ingloriously in the Breeders' Cup Classic, but defeat there did not dent the reputation of a horse whose splendid physique and superb action matched his class as one of the best 1m4f performers of recent years.
Twenty-nine years have passed since the people of the north-Louth town made their last pilgrimage to the FAI Cup final - a journey which ended ingloriously.
But I have never seen anything as magical and majestic as the sight of those AFC East champion Indianapolis Colts galloping ingloriously toward Super Bowl XXXIV.
Sheikh Rashid, a big-night regular in previous years, was missing as his all-red colours were being carried ingloriously in the World Cup by recent US purchase Choctaw Nation.