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ignoble
used in Freakonomics

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Definition
completely lacking nobility in character, quality or purpose
  • The Internet has proven particularly fruitful for situations in which a face-to-face encounter with an expert might actually exacerbate the problem of asymmetrical information—situations in which an expert uses his informational advantage to make us feel stupid or rushed or cheap or ignoble.
    p. 65.2

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