adjective dis·gra·cious \dəsˈgrāshəs, (ˈ)dis¦g-, dəˈskr-, (ˈ)di¦skr-\

Definition of disgracious

  1. 1 obsolete :  out of favor :  in disgrace; sometimes :  disgraceful

  2. 2 :  lacking in consideration :  ungracious, inconsiderate, unkind

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Origin and Etymology of disgracious

Middle French disgracieux, from Old Italian disgrazioso, from disgrazia + -oso -ous

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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