Sure that he will not choose ignobly, I impose no fetters on his choice.
"What Will He Do With It, Complete" by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
I know no restaurant at Paris, except a very ignoble one, close by my lodging.
"The Parisians, Complete" by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
I have been the creator of a magic circle, but to the magician himself the magic was tame and ignoble.
"Godolphin, Complete" by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
The word was a trap for minds muddled by fear, an ignoble refuge of weakness.
"Madame de Mauves" by Henry James
He gratified all his fancies, but they were not ignoble ones; and he was not only sentimentally, but systematically, charitable.
"Lothair" by Benjamin Disraeli
We grow nobly like what we adore through love and ignobly like what we contemplate through hate.
"Imaginations and Reveries" by (A.E.) George William Russell
We call it 'ignoble,' because it takes the quarry in direct chase.
"The King in Yellow" by Robert W. Chambers
Horror filled me at the thought of so ignoble a death.
"The Last Galley" by Arthur Conan Doyle
In this way she would be able to give evidence in his favour without having had recourse to any ignoble practice.
"Nina Balatka" by Anthony Trollope
With the death of the ignoble son of Valerian, I believed would close our undisputed reign over most of these eastern provinces.
"Zenobia" by William Ware
Dwells there a wish in such a breast
Its nature to forego,
To smother in ignoble rest
At once both bliss and woe?
"Addressed To Miss Macartney, Afterwards Mrs. Greville, On Reading The Prayer For Indifference" by William Cowper
Men engaged in deadly conflict,
Who did heretofore agree,
Brother against brother striving,
Desperate, yet ignobly.
"On The Times" by Benjamin Cutler Clark
I saw his bier ignobly cross the plain;
Saw peasant hands the pious rite supply:
The generous rustics mourn'd the friendly swain,
But Power and Wealth's unvarying cheek was dry!
"Elegy III. On the Untimely Death of a Certain Learned Acquainance" by William Shenstone
Thus spoke the king, and, in his pride,
He strove the tender tear to hide,
That trickled down;
But with disdain aside he thrust
The scroll, which found ignoble dust,
And not renown.
"King Kobbena Eljen" by George Hannibal Temple
So, on our soul the visions rise
Of that fair life we never led:
They flash a splendour past our eyes,
We start, and they are fled:
They pass, and leave us with blank gaze,
Resigned to our ignoble days.
"The Fugitive Ideal" by William Watson
But when I learned that our ignoble nation
Lay sleeping like a log, and lay alone,
Propping, according to your information,
Abdul the Damned on his infernal throne,
O then I scattered to the wind my fears,
And nearly went and joined the Volunteers.
"To Mr. William Watson" by Sir Owen Seaman
Since then, Chris Cornell's series of ignoble side and solo projects has taken a bit of the shine off one of the pillars of grunge.
If you are to the manor born, you can find the cost of maintaining the family castle downright ignoble.
Re "Senator Gorton's Ignoble Crusade" (editorial, Aug 31): Slade Gorton's motives with regard to Indian tribal rights are indeed mean-spirited -- and a measure of the man.
Heavy metal has a long and ignoble tradition of female-led bands that just begs for a juicy Behind the Music -type documentary.
The noble, and the ignoble .
Georgia Republicans pander to those who prefer the ignoble past.
Hard-to-find spot off Lawrence does right by the ignoble cheesesteak.
There may not have been anything as much fun at the movies this year as watching Michael Shannon as a corrupt, comically reckless cop disgusted by his ignoble two-wheeled prey.
Causes can be noble or ignoble.
Ten Beloved Characters, Ten Ignoble Deaths.
Sometime early in my ignoble passion for books, I discovered the existence of villains.
The ignoble race to the bottom of the jobs market has officially bypassed the car-making mecca of Michigan and made its way to Nevada.