undignified Quotes

1. "Never to despise the trivial – the undignified."
- Agatha Christie, Hercule Poirot: The Complete Short Stories

2. "He paused, then, on a whim, arranged the unconscious Falleen in an undignified postion"
- Quote by Christie Golden

3. "first reaction to the indescribable, stupid, and undignified procedure required for procreation had been disappointment..."
- Quote by Dave Duncan

4. "It is hard enough to share wealth without being involved in undignified scenes; shared poverty consists of nothing else."
- Quentin Crisp, The Naked Civil Servant

5. "He took a couple of steps. I clink, he said. It’s undignified. Everybody clinks. It’s what soldiers do."
- K.J. Parker, The Two of Swords: Part Five

6. "The goose-step has always seemed to me to be an outlandish exhibition of the human being in his most undignified and stupid state."
- William L. Shirer, Berlin Diary: The Journal of a Foreign Correspondent 1934-41

7. "She wished she could help David to seem more legitimate. She wished she could do something to keep everything from being so undignified. Life seemed so uselessly extravagant."
- Zelda Fitzgerald, Save Me the Waltz

8. "To these old hands, rock and roll sounded like musical illiteracy, the undignified, untutored keenings of woebegone Negroes, hicks, and juvenile delinquents."
- Joel Selvin, Here Comes the Night: The Dark Soul of Bert Berns and the Dirty Business of Rhythm and Blues

9. "The tarps Ken Weinrich's crew used has yellow and royal blue stripes, not unlike those for a circus, and this had lent a festive yet undignified mood to the proceedings."
- Curtis Sittenfeld, Eligible: A Modern Retelling of Pride and Prejudice

10. "I turned round, mechanically, like an automaton. Such passivity was worse than undignified, it was galling; I knew that well. I resented it with secret rage. But in that room, in that presence, I was invertebrate."
- Richard Marsh, The Beetle

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