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The idea that anybody would be playing politics with an attack on the United States Capitol is despicable and is disgraceful.

It was never my intent to be a part of something that’s so disgraceful to our American people and so disgraceful to our country.

“Every single day that Title 42 continues to exist is a day that our government is doing something disgraceful and inhumane, and it should end.”

Like Hugh Hefner, Lee was the perfect type of editor for infusing a shabby if not disgraceful medium with new energy, a new audience and a sense of hipness.

This is disgraceful and reinforces the need for Congress to protect consumers and small businesses from this predatory behavior.

But burning, rioting, and looting are disgraceful—and they make for real-life victims we somehow never hear about.

And now, after 60 years, the disgraceful falsity of the charge has finally been confirmed.

“I think it is disgraceful,” said New York Republican Congressman Peter King.

I favor his release, I think he's served long enough, but to be used in this fashion, it's disgraceful.

But, writes Michael Tomasky, they're nothing compared to the GOP's disgraceful opposition.

Nothing so disgraceful could possibly occur, always answered Mr. Watkin.

Kings have done some disgraceful things in their time, but nothing quite so bad as your conduct to-night.

The army's called out already to help the police keep order—the lootin' was disgraceful for about an hour.

The disgraceful riots of Philadelphia again commenced; many were killed.

Here Lawrence turned Captain Jackson over, charging him with disgraceful cowardice.


On this page you'll find 59 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to disgraceful, such as: contemptible, degrading, ignominious, scandalous, shocking, and blameworthy.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.