disgrace

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disgrace

noun

Definition of DISGRACE

1
the state of having lost the esteem of others <the players who threw the game were in disgrace with their schoolmates>
Antonyms esteem, honor, respect
2
a cause of shame <the exposure of his criminal record was a huge disgrace for the councilman>
Related Words blot, brand, slur, smirch, spot, stain, stigma, taint
Near Antonyms boast, glory, jewel, pride, treasure
Antonyms credit, honor
3
a regrettable or blameworthy act <it's a disgrace to let all the leftover food from the banquet go to waste, so let's deliver it to the homeless shelter>
Synonyms disgrace, pity, shame, sin
Related Words outrage, scandal

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