Related (7): shame, dishonor, humiliation, indignity, embarrassment, discredit, stigma
[disˈɡrās] ✕ Play
- loss of reputation or respect as the result of a dishonorable action:
- a person or thing regarded as shameful and unacceptable:
- bring shame or discredit on (someone or something):
- fall from favor or lose a position of power or honor:
Synonymsdishonor, shame, ignominy, discredit, degradation, disrepute, infamy, scandal, stigma, odium, opprobrium, obloquy, condemnation, vilification, contempt, disrespect, disapproval, disfavor, disapprobation, humiliation, embarrassment, strife, disesteem, reprobation, derogation, unpopular, honor, glory, scandal, outrage, discredit, reproach, affront, insult, stigma, brand, credit, shame, dishonor, discredit, degrade, debase, defame, stigmatize, taint, sully, tarnish, besmirch, stain, blacken, smirch, besmear, spot, honor, discredited, shamed, humiliated, discredit, dishonor, defame, disparage, stigmatize, reproach, censure, blame, humiliate, mortify, embarrass, chasten, humble, demean, honored, respected, honor, Legal
"Disgrace" Example Sentences
1. It's a disgrace how he treats his employees.
2. The conditions in that prison are an utter disgrace.
3. Their laziness and sloppiness is a disgrace to the company name.
4. Their behavior at the restaurant was a disgrace.
5. The state of that neglected garden is a disgrace.
6. The slums and poverty in the city are a disgrace to modern society.
7. The level of homelessness is a national disgrace.
8. it was a disgrace how he forgot her birthday.
9. What you said to her was a disgrace. Apologize immediately!
10. His grades this semester have been a disgrace.
11. That doesn't meet company standards, it's a disgrace. Do it again.
12. The educational system in this country has become a disgrace.
13. The poverty rate among children in the US is a disgrace.
14. The filthy alleyways and piles of trash are a disgrace to the town.
15. His lack of manners is an absolute disgrace.
16. That crooked politician is a disgrace to public office.
17. The corrupt government officials are a disgrace to the country.
18. She considered dumping her boyfriend to be a disgraceful act.
19. The outdated computers are a disgrace to such an important institution.
20. The traffic deaths are a disgrace to any civilized society.
21. The way she ignores her children is nothing short of a disgrace.
22. His desperation for money has become quite a disgrace.
23. The decay of that historic house would be a disgrace to the neighborhood.
24. The dilapidated buildings would be a disgrace in any big city.
25. The poorly written code is an utter disgrace.
26. For years the broken sidewalks have been a disgrace and safety hazard.
27. The terrible customer service is simply a disgrace for such a large company.
28. His failure to provide for his family is a disgrace.
29. It's a disgrace how the police overlook crime in that area.
30. The criminal actions have brought disgrace upon his family's name.
31. She hoped abandoning her son would not bring her family disgrace.
32. His rude behavior at the funeral brought disgrace to himself and his family.
33. History will view that war as a national disgrace.
34. Deciding not to help those in need would be a disgrace to human compassion.
35. Her lies and deceit have brought nothing but disgrace.
36. The blatant corruption will only bring their government further disgrace.
37. The lack of infrastructure improvements will only bring the region more disgrace.
38. That rule violation could bring serious disgrace down upon his team.
39. He wanted to avoid bringing his family name into disgrace.
40. Her dishonest actions have brought nothing but disgrace upon herself.
41. The despicable crime has brought great public disgrace upon him.
42. That deplorable decision will only bring further disgrace.
43. She lived in fear of ever bringing personal disgrace upon her newlywed husband.
44. The indecent proposal would bring only shame and disgrace.
45. His actions have left him living with a life of disgrace.
46. Bribery would forever cast disgrace upon his career.
47. Her dishonesty and infidelity have left their marriage steeped in disgrace.
48. The scandalous affair cast a shadow of disgrace over the whole family.
49. The offense was considered a disgraceful defeat.
50. He would rather die than live a life of disgrace.
51. She was determined not to leave this world in disgrace.
52. Her past mistakes still haunted her with feelings of disgrace.
53. He lived with the disgrace of his crime for the rest of his life.
54. History will forever remember that failure as a stain of disgrace.
55. His reputation lay in disgrace because of his scandalous behavior.
56. She fled the country to escape the disgrace of the criminal accusations.
57. The town lay in ruins, a monument to its owner's disgrace.
58. His conduct has earned him nothing but disgrace.
59. To give up now would be an act of disgrace.
60. She fought against living the rest of her life in disgrace.
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