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dis·grace

 (dĭs-grās′)
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.
tr.v. dis·graced, dis·grac·ing, dis·grac·es
1. To bring shame or dishonor on: disgraced the entire community.
2. To deprive of favor or good repute; treat with disfavor: The family was disgraced by the scandal.

[French disgrâce, from Italian disgrazia : dis-, not (from Latin; see dis-) + grazia, favor (from Latin grātia, from grātus, pleasing; see gwerə- in Indo-European roots).]

dis·grac′er n.
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disgraced

(dɪsˈɡreɪst)
adj
having lost the approval and respect of the public or of people in authority
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.disgraced - suffering shame
ashamed - feeling shame or guilt or embarrassment or remorse; "are you ashamed for having lied?"; "felt ashamed of my torn coat"
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disgraced

adjective shamed, humiliated, discredited, branded, degraded, mortified, in disgrace, dishonoured, stigmatized, under a cloud, in the doghouse (informal) the disgraced leader of the coup
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Translations

disgraced

[dɪsˈgreɪst] adj [person] → disgracié(e)
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