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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@CalSleeper you are a disgrace. We waited years for this?" The letter then offered McDermid a 50% refund and further apologies.
President Donald Trump has often been quoted stating, "It's a disgrace what is happening in our country." Reading details from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report, one has to agree that no truer words were ever spoken.
It's a disgrace. Andrew M Bark Get rid of it once and for all, it's a disgrace.
Malacanang has urged a Catholic bishop who called President Duterte a disgrace to the nation to just pray for the Chief Executive to govern well instead of lambasting him.
He added: "His presidency is a disappointment to us and disgrace to the country.
Paul O'Donnell was branded "a disgrace to the profession" by the Scottish Solicitors' Discipline Tribunal.
CARDIFF Blues star Gareth Anscombe has described the kit clash that marred their Champions Cup clash with Glasgow Warriors as an "out and out disgrace".
Now he resigned his office in disgrace, and his disciples brought it when we would not settle."
It's a total witch hunt." He reiterated that it is "a disgrace. It's, frankly, a real disgrace.
A two-member delegation of the PTI including Fawad Chaudhry and Senator Faisal Javed called on the Senate chairman here on Monday and termed the PM's statement a 'disgrace' not only for the Senate but the parliament.
THIS pile of dirty linen outside Huddersfield Royal Infirmary has been branded a "total disgrace'.'.
ARSENAL'S players were branded an "absolute disgrace" and "spineless" after they suffered Wembley humiliation against Manchester City.
BIRMINGHAM City Council has been branded a "disgrace" for years of failure to protect the city's heritage.
ROB HOWLEY has branded New Zealand media criticism of British and Irish Lions boss Warren Gatland as "an absolute disgrace."