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disgrace

470 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[dɪsɡɹˈe͡ɪs], [dɪsɡɹˈe‍ɪs], [d_ɪ_s_ɡ_ɹ_ˈeɪ_s]
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Synonyms for Disgrace:

evil (noun)

abomination, atrocity, badness, bane, calamitousness, damnation, detriment, evil, foulness, heinousness, hideousness, mischief, monstrosity, nefariousness, offensiveness, repellency, reprehensibleness, repulsiveness, sinfulness, sinisterness, terribleness, wickedness.

ridicule (noun)

abasement burlesque, caricature, contempt, denigration, deprecation, derision, flippancy, fun, humiliation, indignity, insult, irony, irreverence, jesting, joke, mockery, ridicule, roast, scorn, sneering, taunt, travesty.

abase (verb)

abase, defame, degrade, dishonor, embarrass, malign, mock, shame.

shame (verb)

debunk, discomfit, expose, humiliate, ostracize, pillory, scandalize, show up, stigmatize, vilify.

Other synonyms and related words:

Calumniation, Insulter, abasement, abash, abhorrence, abjectly, abuse, affront, albatross, ashame, ashamed, asperse, aspersion, assault, attaint, bad, bad faith, bad name, bad odor, basely, baseness, bashful, bashfulness, be a reproach, be a reproach to, be inglorious, befoul, befouled, belittle, belittlement, belittling, besmear, besmirch, betrayal, black eye, black mark, blacken, blameworthiness, blemish, blot, blur, blush, brand, bring down, bring into discredit, bring low, bring shame on, bring shame upon, burning shame, byword, byword of reproach, calumniate, cast dishonor upon, cast reproach upon, cause shame, censure, chagrin, characterize, chasten, cheapen, collapse, color, comedown, condescend, confuse, confusion, contaminate, contumely, corrupt, corruption, coy, crime, crush, cry down, culpability, damage, debase, debasement, debasing, debauch, deception, decrial, decry, defamation, defeat, defect, deficiency, defile, deflate, deflation, deformity, defrock, degradation, degrading, degradingly, dehumanize, deign, demean, demean oneself, denigrate, denounce, dent, denunciation, deplume, deprave, deprecate, depreciate, depreciation, depress, deride, derogate, derogate from, derogation, derogatorily, descent, desecrate, desecration, despicable, despise, destroy, destruction, detestation, detract, detract from, detraction, devaluate, devalue, devastate, devastation, deviation, deviation from recimprobity, deviation from rectitude, diminish, dirtily, dirty, dirty shame, disapprobation, disapproval, disapprove of, disbarment, disbelieve, discharge, discompose, disconcert, discountenance, discredit, discrediting, disesteem, disfavor, disfavour, disfigure, disfigurement, disgrace oneself, disgraced, disgraceful, disgracefully, disgracefulness, dishonest, dishonesty, dishonor oneself, dishonorable, dishonour, dishonourable, dismantle, disparage, disparagement, displume, disregard, disreputable, disrepute, disrespect, distress, downfall, drop, dump, egregiousness, embarrassing, embarrassingly, embarrassment, enlist, enormity, enter, error, expel, expose oneself, eyesore, faint praise, faithlessness, fall, fault, feel ashamed, feel disgrace, feel shame, find fault with, flaw, flaw in jade, fling dishonor upon, fluster, foul, fraud, frown down, get down, give a black eye, grovel, guilt, hangdog look, harm, hatred, hide one's face, hold in contempt, honor, humble, humbled pride, humbling, humiliating, humiliatingly, humility, hurt, ignominious, ignominiously, ignominy, ill fame, improbity, improperly, impugn, impute shame to, incur disgrace, infamous, infamously, infamy, infidelity, inglorious, ingloriously, ingloriousness, iniquity, injure, knavery, knock, knocking, label, land, lay, let down, letdown, libel, loathsomeness, look blue, look foolish, lose caste, lose face, loss of face, low-down dirty shame, lower, lower one's note, lower one's tone, lukewarm support, lying, make little of, mala fides, mar, meanly, meanness, menially, minimize, minimizing, misfortune, modesty, mortal sin, mortification, mortify, mortifyingly, muddy, neglect, note, notoriety, notoriousness, obliquity, obloquy, odium, offence, one's ear, opprobrious, opprobriously, opprobrium, outrage, outrageous, overthrow, pity, place, place down, play second fiddle, pollute, pollution, pool strength together, profanation, prostitution, pull, pull down, put, put out, put to shame, put to the blush, put-down, putting down, rascal, rase, ravish, raze, reduce, reflect, reflect discredit upon, reflect dishonor upon, reflect on, render humble, reproach, reprobacy, revile, revulsion, ruin, ruination, sacrilege, sad thing, scandal, scandalous, scandalously, seal one's infamy, self-abasement, self-abnegation, self-diminishment, sell oneself, sense of disgrace, sense of shame, set down, setdown, sham, shamefaced, shamefacedness, shamefastness, shameful, shamefully, shamefulness, shaming, sheepish, shocking, sin, sing small, skeleton in the closet, slander, slavishly, slight, slighting, slink away, slur, smear, smirch, sneak, snub, sober down, soil, sordidly, sour grapes, speak ill of, speck, spoil, spot, squalidly, stain, stigma, stoop, strike dumb, submit to indignity, subordinately, suffusion, sully, taint, take, take down, take down a peg, tar and feather, tarnish, tear down, terrible thing, throw dishonor upon, timid, traduce, tread down, turpitude, unbecomingly, undermine, undoing, unfrock, unload, unpopularity, unsuccessfully, upset, venality, verecundity, vilely, vileness, vilification, villainy, violate, violation, vitiate, vitiation, wreck, write-down, wrong.

Rhymes for Disgrace:

  1. case, ace, embrace, encase, replace, retrace, base, erase, brace, chase, grace, space, lambastes, race, misplace, heyse, lace, dace, glace, mace, place, pace, trace, vase, bass, face;
  2. debase, efface, apace, abase, displace, deface;
  3. interlace;

Quotes for Disgrace:

  1. A lot of people are upset that I'm not working. They say it's a disgrace Marcel Carne.
  2. My character and good name are in my own keeping. Life with disgrace is dreadful. A glorious death is to be envied. Horatio Nelson.
  3. Poverty of course is no disgrace but it is damned annoying. William Pitt.

Idioms of Disgrace:

  1. fall into disgrace
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