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Synonyms for ingloriously

in a dishonorable manner or to a dishonorable degree

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On Saturday night, Trump wrote of the internationally-respected retired Marine Corps general: "When President Obama ingloriously fired Jim Mattis, I gave him a second chance.
"When President [Barack] Obama ingloriously fired Jim Mattis, I gave him a second chance," Trump wrote, adding that "some thought I shouldn't, I thought I should.
But on Saturday night, Trump wrote on Twitter, "When President Obama ingloriously fired Jim Mattis, I gave him a second chance.
Summary: Washington DC [USA], Dec 23 (ANI): United States President Donald Trump on Saturday claimed that he gave Defence Secretary James Mattis a "second chance" after the retired Marine general was "ingloriously fired" from military leadership by former president Barack Obama.
Now she will end up as just a footnote in legal history, the first chief justice to be ingloriously booted out in a quo warranto case.
The MacMhuirich lineage is thought to have been founded by an Irishman who fled to Scotland early in the thirteenth century and became known as Muireadhach Albanach --'Muireadhach the Scot'--but the lineage finished rather ingloriously in South Uist when a Lachlann MacMhuirich, who claimed to be a descendant, stated in 1800 that he was unable to write.
[...] Let him who, exalted on the precipice of pride, throws out a spirit of arrogance, fall ingloriously into the valley of dejected humility.
The (wax?) body of his tormentor - and the people's - rests ingloriously in the Libingan ng mga Bayani.
America made one such blunder when it ingloriously knocked on the door of a young American living with his wife and daughters in Seattle in the early 1940s and incarcerated the family along with 100,000 other Americans in remote Western detention camps.
In Book IX he stated his opposition to suicide and opined that those who die by suicide "shall be buried alone," "ingloriously," "in such places as are uncultivated and nameless, and no column or inscription shall mark the place." However, he listed four exceptions, circumstances which made suicide acceptable.
Muskrats often die ingloriously along nearby shorelines, in a struggle with mink.
Because Labour in permanent, unruly turmoil would lose ingloriously later this year or 2020, whenever the showdown comes.
At this point in the narrative, Frederic still believes in military hierarchy as a good indicator of skill and character, despite his own ingloriously achieved Silver Medal of Military Valor.
Though intimidating enough at first glance, Calvin is swiftly and ingloriously deposed before his parishioners during an FBI raid that suggests the federal agents may have learned their lesson from 1993's standoff with the Branch Davidians just outside Waco, Texas (not far from where the film begins).