Disgrace ds grs n 1 loss of honor respect or reputation shame 2 the condition of being strongly and generally disapproved 3 one that brings disfavor or discredit your handwriting is a disgrace trv disgraced disgracing disgraces 1 to bring shame or dishonor on disgraced the entire community 2 to deprive of favor or . Verb many feel that the mayor has disgraced the town government by accepting personal favors from local businesspeople he felt he had disgraced himself by failing at school noun the secret was protected out of a fear of political disgrace many feel that the mayor has brought disgrace upon the town she was forced to leave in disgrace his table manners are a disgrace. 1 disgrace dishonor ignominy infamy imply a very low position in the opinion of others disgrace implies the disfavor of others to be in disgrace dishonor implies a stain on honor or honorable reputation it relates especially to the persons own conduct he preferred death to dishonor ignominy is disgrace in which ones situation invites contempt the ignominy of being discovered cheating
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