discreditable[ dis-kred-i-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF discreditable
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A woman going away with a woman is not so discreditable a thing, surely!
How did it happen that an Englishman should be in such a discreditable position?
But elsewhere the action, or inaction, of the British forces was discreditable.
The explanation is somewhat recondite, perhaps, but not discreditable.
It is not a credit to do right, but wrongdoing is discreditable.
The old man was puzzled and humiliated by this discreditable thing.
No action of the war was so discreditable to the Americans as this.
But it would have been a ticklish and discreditable position.
This is the only explanation that I can find for a most discreditable incident.
This is, of course, true, but not in the least discreditable to Jefferson.
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