Of course the only thing left for it is to dismiss all that with a wave of its paw, and, with a smile of assumed contempt in which it does not even itself believe, creep ignominiously
into its mouse-hole.
The idea of being taken and brought back ignominiously
to the ship was so inexpressibly repulsive to me, that I was determined by no hasty and imprudent measures to render such an event probable.
She tried to like her aunt Miranda (the idea of loving her had been given up at the moment of meeting), but failed ignominiously
in the attempt.
But she thrust him ignominiously
away and behind her.
The life that is in you cries out that it must live, no matter what the cost; so you live ignominiously
, untrue to the best you dream of, sinning against your whole pitiful little code, and, if there were a hell, heading your soul straight for it.
But Saxon's money-earning was doomed to cease ignominiously
To be beaten seemed to be infinitely better than to be thus hurled ignominiously
And I soon found myself getting heavily bumped from behind in the nape of the neck and the small of the back, and having my face ignominiously
shoved against the kitchen wall, because I did not answer those questions at sufficient length.
So long as Madame remained on English territory, I held my peace; but from the very moment she stepped on French ground, and now that we have received her in the name of the prince, I warn you, that at the first mark of disrespect which you, in your insane attachment, exhibit towards the royal house of France, I shall have one of two courses to follow; -- either I declare, in the presence of every one, the madness with which you are now affected, and I get you ignominiously
ordered back to England; or if you prefer it, I will run my dagger through your throat in the presence of all here.
They harangued him for his fall, sneered and jeered at him, rooted him about contemptuously with their feet, made a hollow in the sand out of which he could not roll and desposited him in it on his back, his four tied legs sticking ignominiously
in the air above him.
"Thank you, I will." He laughed rather ruefully, as he described how he had discovered a very rare species of fern in an inaccessible place, and in his efforts to obtain it had lost his footing, and slipped ignominiously
into a neighbouring pond.
The tent, illumined by a candle, glowed warmly in the midst of the white plain; and when he, as a matter of course, entered it, both Perrault and Francois bombarded him with curses and cooking utensils, till he recovered from his consternation and fled ignominiously
into the outer cold.