Thesaurus / disgrace

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What else could have been expected than discomfiture and disgrace?

But as you did not belong to me then, whatever you may have done was no disgrace to me.

The record of his thoughts is a disgrace to human nature, the record of his deeds, a recapitulation of crimes.

It was written by him in 1737, the year of Chauvelin's disgrace.

Acrisius, on hearing of his daughter's disgrace, caused both her and the infant to be shut up in a chest and cast into the sea.

The man who saves a flag from capture saves his company or his regiment not only from defeat, but from disgrace.

There was no fear that I should disgrace myself in the matter of Umberto.

And Even NowMax Beerbohm

Nothing but disgrace, the disgrace of the one nearest to her, could bring that look to her face.

She lay in bed for several days, scarcely touching food, brooding upon her disgrace until she was really ill.

The CricketMarjorie Cooke

Shorts, Spuddy and Swipes are in disgrace at the fraternity.

Tess of the Storm CountryGrace Miller White

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