But for me they would have made him one, and disgraced the American uniform.
You have disgraced both me and yourself by giving me a blow.
You have dishonored and disgraced me; I am ashamed to look my neighbors in the face.
No woman of our family has ever disgraced herself like that.
We folks of the Regular church have pride in our society; we won't have it disgraced.
He would be disgraced, the law would be disgraced, the island would be disgraced.
He might be disgraced by his father, and not a shilling secured to his wife and children.
He seems to think, poor man, that the odour has disgraced his boat.
Baffled, defeated, disgraced by her colonies, she will ever meditate revenge.
Her disgraced mother was driven out of the country and Isabella II.