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indignity

  
  ( indignities    plural  ) If you talk about theindignityof doing something, you mean that it makes you feel embarrassed or unimportant.  
FORMAL      n-var   oft the N of -ing/n   (=humiliation)  
Later, he suffered the indignity of having to flee angry protesters...     
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indignity

  
  
abuse, affront, contumely, dishonour, disrespect, humiliation, injury, insult, obloquy, opprobrium, outrage, reproach, slap in the face     (informal)   slight, snub  

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id.
to further a loss/slight with mockery or indignity; to worsen an unfavorable situation
Ex: She was told she was too old for the job and, to add insult to injury, she was suggested to think about retiring
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