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See definition of disgracing on Dictionary.com
  • as inhumiliating
  • as inopprobrious
  • as inoutrageous

synonyms for disgracing

  • demeaning
  • embarrassing
  • humbling
  • opprobrious
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How to use disgracing in a sentence

But he was aware of it also, and felt that he was disgracing himself.
AN OLD MAN'S LOVEANTHONY TROLLOPE
If Maxence was kept in, or otherwise punished, he pretended that it reflected upon himself, and that his son was disgracing him.
OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEYEMILE GABORIAU
He had no intention of openly disgracing himself, and it was also very plain that he was in deep anxiety about news from England.
JASPER LYLEHARRIET WARD
They found that these men were so lost to every principle of honor that they did not hurt them any by disgracing them.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT G. INGERSOLL, VOL. 9 (OF 12)ROBERT G. INGERSOLL
Disgracing us at the last moment by being carried out in that dress after all.
THE WORLD'S GREATEST BOOKS, VOL IIIARTHUR MEE AND J.A. HAMMERTON, EDS.
What is it that has put a stop to many of the obvious atrocities I allude to as disgracing the page of history?
THE CLAIMS OF LABOURARTHUR HELPS
And now, while disgracing your own house, you have insulted your guests.
CATHOLIC WORLD, VOL. XIII, APRIL TO SEPTEMBER, 1871VARIOUS
But wait till I ketch that other man—the measley rabbit, ripping my tent to pieces and disgracing the clothes I lent him.
THE PIKE'S PEAK RUSHEDWIN L. SABIN
Lady Rotherfield's absence confirmed the general conviction that Hardyman was disgracing himself.
MY LADY'S MONEYWILKIE COLLINS
“I must not be disgracing my brother,” said she, and was very merry with it all, although her face told tales of her.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON - SWANSTON EDITION VOL. 11 (OF 25)ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
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WORDS RELATED TO DISGRACING

  • demeaning
  • disgracing
  • embarrassing
  • humbling
  • opprobrious
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.