It truly breaks my heart to think of the pain, injustice, and indignity that you suffered.
First, however, he had to get past the indignity of his introduction by Today's Ann Curry.
There seemed to me two cruelties: the indignity of segregation, and the shame our demonstrations inflicted on my friends.
Inside, he must have been thrilled—spared the indignity of embarrassing testimony while living to fight another day.
It doesn't make you a better person because you endured the indignity and trauma of it.
Lady Rookwood's rage and vexation at this indignity were beyond all bounds.
I will spare you the indignity of an arrest until I know more.
He walked out of the town with his anger and resentment still hot in his heart at the indignity of the whole affair.
Being your father, he would never 94 stoop to any indignity.
An indignity like this, which can not be resented, is one which the young mind feels always most anxious to resent.
1580s, "unworthiness," also "unworthy treatment; act intended to expose someone to contempt," from Latin indignitatem (nominative indignitas) "unworthiness, meanness, baseness," also "unworthy conduct, an outrage," noun of quality from indignus "unworthy" (see indignation). Related: Indignities.