Word of the week: Ignoble

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Ignoble (adjective)
[ig-noh-buhl]

When the letters ig are in front of an n, that usually mean “not” so this simply means “not noble”. The Macquarie Dictionary goes on to say that it’s of “low character” or “low grade”. So you might say “He had ignoble motives.”

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