disgrace[ dis-greys ]SEE DEFINITION OF disgrace
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISGRACE
Only, my dear, do not disgrace my report when you come to supper.
Does he believe, that the disgrace which I supper on his account, will give him a merit with me?
The fear of the disgrace of a whipping was too much for me, and I succumbed to the evil one.
God would see to their honor or disgrace; what she had to do was to be a sister!
She hastened to point out the other side of the matter, the insecurity of it, the disgrace.
If we have fallen into disgrace by sin, we should repent and lead a better life.
I know Mr. Mortimer has determined to accept the disgrace, and he will go away.
Him, his own high-born pupil was enabled to unmask, and his disgrace was visited on me.
My name shall never be a disgrace to those who may belong to me.
This, he said, was impossible; it would be a disgrace that could never be wiped away.