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See definition of disgrace on Dictionary.com
  • nounstate of shame; bad reputation
  • verbbring shame upon

synonyms for disgrace

  • contempt
  • degradation
  • dishonor
  • disrespect
  • humiliation
  • ignominy
  • opprobrium
  • reproach
  • scorn
  • stigma
  • abasement
  • abuse
  • baseness
  • blemish
  • blur
  • brand
  • comedown
  • contumely
  • corruption
  • culpability
  • debasement
  • debasing
  • defamation
  • derision
  • disbarment
  • discredit
  • disesteem
  • disfavor
  • disrepute
  • humbling
  • infamy
  • meanness
  • obloquy
  • odium
  • pollution
  • prostitution
  • put-down
  • scandal
  • slander
  • slight
  • slur
  • spot
  • stain
  • taint
  • tarnish
  • turpitude
  • venality
  • black eye
  • ill repute
  • ingloriousness
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antonyms for disgrace

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  • admiration
  • approval
  • credit
  • elevation
  • esteem
  • honor
  • praise
  • regard
  • respect
  • adulation
  • boon
  • cleanliness
  • commendation
  • compliment
  • flattery
  • goodness
  • morality
  • purification
  • virtue
  • exaltation
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How to use disgrace in a sentence

The “honey trap” would then be snapped shut with the offer to become a spy or face disgrace and ruin.
REVISITING “THE YEAR OF THE SPY”BY STEPHEN ENGELBERGJULY 28, 2021PROPUBLICA
The first happened in October 2017, when Harvey Weinstein, head of the Weinstein Company, was revealed to be a serial sexual predator and forced to retire in disgrace.
HOW IN THE HEIGHTS WENT FROM A STUDENT MUSICAL TO ONE OF THE SUMMER’S BIGGEST MOVIESCONSTANCE GRADYJUNE 11, 2021VOX
Regardless, by the end of The Hundred and One Dalmatians, the Dearlys and their dogs do defeat Cruella, leading her to flee England in disgrace.
THE UNSTOPPABLE, VILLAINOUS GLAMOUR OF CRUELLA DE VILCONSTANCE GRADYMAY 31, 2021VOX
This re-institutionalization of the old and mentally ill was a disgrace that proved deadly during the pandemic.
HISTORY'S LESSON FOR ACTIVISTS WHO WANT TO DEFUND THE POLICESARAH E. RYANAPRIL 20, 2021TIME
It is adoration and judgment, celebrity and imminent disgrace, the highest honor and profound loss of face, pressed close against each other.
HIDEKI MATSUYAMA’S DRAINING, PRESSURE-PACKED WIN MAKES THIS MASTERS MEMORABLETHOMAS M. BOSWELLAPRIL 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
In August 2013, former Mayor Bob Filner resigned in disgrace, igniting a race to replace him.
FAULCONER HAS TOUTED ‘LEADERSHIP’ ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL BEFOREANDREW KEATTSMARCH 5, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
The Marshals were inclined to attribute their disgrace to the ill-will of Berthier and not to the temper of Napoleon.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
I nursed him through several attacks of delirium tremens, and was always in fear that he would get out and disgrace us.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
Hitherto we have honoured his drafts, and kept your name and his free from disgrace.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, NO. CCCXXXIX. JANUARY, 1844. VOL. LV.VARIOUS
"You spoke of disgrace," she observed gently, swaying her fan before her by its silken cord.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
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WORDS RELATED TO DISGRACE

  • belittle
  • debase
  • degrade
  • demean
  • diminish
  • disgrace
  • dishonor
  • humble
  • humiliate
  • lower
  • mortify
  • reduce
  • shame
  • bad name
  • black mark
  • blemish
  • disgrace
  • dishonor
  • shame
  • shiner
  • smear
  • stain
  • stigma
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