Definition of infra dig in English:

infra dig

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adjective

informal British predicative
  • Beneath one; demeaning.

    • ‘it was somewhat infra dig for a man in his position to be found drinking’
    • ‘As Litt observes, for Armitage's aesthetic worldview, "grandiosity is infra dig."’
    • ‘It seemed, in that perspective, just a little infra dig to enjoin such praise.’
    unseemly, demeaning, unbecoming, ungentlemanly, unladylike, unworthy, unfitting, unbefitting, degrading, debasing, cheapening, belittling, lowering, shaming, shameful, humiliating, mortifying, dishonourable, ignominious, discreditable, ignoble, inglorious, unceremonious, scandalous, disgraceful, indecent, untoward, unsuitable, abject, sorry, low, base, wretched

Origin

Early 19th century abbreviation of Latin infra dignitatem ‘beneath (one's) dignity’.

Pronunciation

infra dig

/ˈˌɪnfrə ˈˌdɪɡ/