disgraceful

[ dis-greys-fuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF disgraceful

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISGRACEFUL

Why else the disgraceful confinement I have been laid under?

To do nothing was disgraceful; therefore I made use of my understanding.

English history presents no period so disgraceful as the Restoration.

The rudeness of your whole behaviour this evening has been disgraceful.

It is disgraceful to omit them; but it is no very great credit to observe them.

He went back to his mother and subjected her to a disgraceful cross-examination.

The truth is that some of these loves are disgraceful and others honourable.

The beloved too, when he is found in any disgraceful situation, has the same feeling about his lover.

And, worse and most disgraceful of all, he had not fled alone.

Was it disgraceful that she had wooed and not waited to be won?

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