Definition of ingloriously in English:

ingloriously

Pronunciation /inˈɡlôrēəslē/ /ɪnˈɡlɔriəsli/

adverb

See inglorious

  • ‘Anyway, what began historically on 25 December 800, when Pope Leo III crowned Charlemagne emperor, ended ingloriously on 6 August 1806.’
  • ‘As soon as he could, Delacroix painted the unspeakable: a soldier stretched out ingloriously between two dead horses on a battlefield abandoned by Marshal Marmont.’
  • ‘Eventually we were released, crawling ingloriously to freedom through a dumb waiter.’
  • ‘Keeling over, he toppled ingloriously at her feet.’
  • ‘The British Empire in India ended ingloriously in 1948.’

Pronunciation

ingloriously

/inˈɡlôrēəslē/ /ɪnˈɡlɔriəsli/