disgrace


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Synonyms for disgrace

Synonyms for disgrace

Synonyms for disgrace

bring shame or dishonor upon

reduce in worth or character, usually verbally

damage the reputation of

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In a Twitter post, Trump wrote, "The decision on Sergeant Bergdahl is a complete and total disgrace to our Country and to our Military.
The way Warren Gatland's been treated, absolutely, it has been a disgrace, hasn't it?
I am an RN, have been for 40 plus years and it has never been this bad for our oldies, a disgrace that it would come to this
He is a disgrace and should be utterly ashamed of himself.
Keith Arthur Fuxake Bell: "Cowgate shops is a disgrace for litter as well and the tunnel is full of KFC and McDonalds rubbish too.
A sporting disgrace obviously but still a disgrace.
Instead, disgrace insurance has become increasingly popular over the past few years for the financial flexibility it gives companies to protect their most valuable assets: name and reputation.
Robinson's Disgrace, which relies on entries from Isabella Dansey's actual diary, is her third work of historical nonfiction.
The "disgrace" of enslaved Israel is similar to the disgrace of the enslaved son.
THE family of a Coventry mum killed by a dangerous driver have branded his sentence a disgrace.
Yes, it is a disgrace, but not more of a disgrace than everything else Wales is losing out on due to a poor settlement from Westminster.
Also that advertising board by the Cenotaph: what a disgrace, no respect for our war heroes.