Another word for disgrace
A shameful condition
dishonor, ignominy, shame, humiliation, reproach, discredit, odium, degradation, opprobrium, disrepute, disfavor, notoriety, scorn, derision, abuse, obloquy, abasement, infamy, disrespect, contumely, ill repute, scandal, disesteem, disapproval, disapprobation, humbling, ingloriousness, contempt, disbarment, unfrocking, dishonorable discharge; see also shame 2.
Whatever lowers one in the eyes of one's fellows
scandal, shame, discredit, stain, slur, slight, stigma, brand, spot, slander, blot, blemish, culpability, dishonor, ignominy, reproach, humiliation, degradation, turpitude, corruption, meanness, venality, taint, tarnish, pollution, black mark, mark of Cain*, scarlet A*, scarlet letter*; see also insult.
debase, shame, degrade, abase, dishonor, discredit, deride, disregard, strip of honors, demote, dismiss from favor, disrespect, mock, humble, humiliate, lower, depress, reduce, put to shame, throw dishonor upon, be unworthy of, tarnish, stain, besmirch, blot, sully, taint, defile, stigmatize, bring into discredit, bring low, bring shame upon, be a discredit to, brand, post, drag through the mud, tar and feather, condemn to the stocks, heap dirt upon, put down*, derogate, take down a peg; see also humble, humiliate, ridicule.
Another word for disgracenoun
Loss of or damage to one's reputation:bad name, bad odor, discredit, dishonor, disrepute, humiliation, ignominy, ill repute, obloquy, odium, opprobrium, shame. See respect