Disgrace synonyms

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Shame, disgrace, discredit, or blame, or a source, cause, or occasion of this
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State of shame; disgrace; ignominy
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Uncomfortable or painful feeling due to recognition or consciousness of impropriety, dishonor, or other wrong in the opinion of the person experiencing the feeling. It is caused by awareness of exposure of circumstances of unworthiness or of improper or indecent conduct.
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A humiliating condition or circumstance.
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A moral stain; disgrace
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Respect means a feeling or show of honor or esteem for someone or something.
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A small flaw which spoils the appearance of something, a stain, a spot.
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Loss of one's reputation; shame and dishonor; infamy
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Something that causes disgrace or loss of status
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The state or quality of being odious.
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(Chemistry) Decomposition of a compound, especially complex substances such as polymers and proteins, by stages, exhibiting well-defined intermediate products.
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Opprobrium is a shameful act or the disgrace of a shameful act.
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Damage to or loss of reputation.
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The state of being disliked or disapproved of
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(Chiefly Brit.) A prominent or well-known person
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Contempt or disdain felt toward a person or object considered despicable or unworthy:
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(Rare) A person or thing derided
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Insulting or hurtful language, especially when used to threaten or demoralize:
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The condition of disgrace suffered as a result of abuse or vilification; ill repute.
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The act of abasing, humbling, or bringing low. [Mid 16th century.]
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The condition of being infamous; disgrace:
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Disrespect is defined as rudeness or a lack of courtesy.
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A discolored or soiled spot or smudge:
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Any remark or action that harms or is meant to harm someone's reputation; aspersion, reproach, stigma, etc.
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A slighting or being slighted by pointedly indifferent, disrespectful, or supercilious treatment
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(Christianity) Bodily marks, sores, or sensations of pain corresponding in location to the crucifixion wounds of Jesus, believed to be given as divine recognition of devotion.
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An identifying mark or label on the products of a particular company; trademark
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A playing card having (a specified number of) pips that indicate its rank
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The utterance in the presence of another person of a false statement or statements, damaging to a third person's character or reputation: usually distinguished from libel, which is written
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Baseness; vileness; depravity
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Something that is evil but is supposed to be good.
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A mean act; as, to be guilty of a meanness.
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The fact or state of being for sale, especially with reference to bribes or corruption.
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An undesirable or corrupting influence or association:
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A film or layer of discoloration on a metal surface caused by corrosion or oxidation.
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Something that pollutes; a pollutant or a group of pollutants:
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An unfavorable item in one's record
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A stigma of shame
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Whatever lowers one in the eyes of one's fellows
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(Historical) A letter A in scarlet cloth required to be worn by those convicted of adultery in 17th-century Puritan New England.
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To debase is defined as to cheapen, or make lower in value or quality.
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To reduce in grade, rank, or status; demote.
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To lower in rank, prestige, or esteem.
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To harshly mock; ridicule.
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To treat without due respect; slight
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To lower the rank or status of something.
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In a false or insincere manner
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To cause to have a lower condition or status; abase.
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To cause (someone) to feel a loss of pride, dignity, or self-respect:
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To reduce (a sound) in volume or pitch
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To press down:
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To gain control of; subject or conquer:
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To tarnish, especially someone's reputation; to debase.
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French politician. As chief minister to Henry IV, he replenished the treasury and encouraged agriculture and industry.
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To profane or sully
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To stigmatize is to make something seem bad or disgraceful.
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(Intransitive) To remove a part, to detract from (a quality of excellence, authority etc.). [from 16th c.]
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(Idiomatic) Alternative form of pull down a peg.
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Esteem is defined as the perceived worth that someone or something is afforded.
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The respect and honor associated with an important position.
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(Often with of or in) A sense of one's own worth, and abhorrence of what is beneath or unworthy of one; lofty self-respect; noble self-esteem; elevation of character; dignified bearing; proud delight; -- in a good sense.
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The definition of praise is communication about someone's good work or qualities.
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(Uncountable, US) A person's credit rating or creditworthiness, as represented by their history of borrowing and repayment (non payment).
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To accept as valid, good for credit, etc.
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To honor; to hold in high esteem.
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(Med.) Damage or injury to tissues or organs of the body
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To criticize or disapprove of someone or something through scornful jocularity; to make fun of
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The definition of criminal is someone or something related to the commission of a crime.
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Lacking integrity; unprincipled.
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The definition of ignominious is something that is contemptible or degrading, or that makes you deserving of public shame.
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Undeserving; unworthy
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(Law) Punishable by imprisonment in a penitentiary
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Ignominious; disgraceful:
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Widely but unfavorably known or talked about
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The definition of opprobrious is something that is disrespectful or that expresses shame or disgrace.
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Giving offense; indecent.
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Alternative form of stigmatic.
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Not appropriate or suited to one's appearance, status, character, etc.; unattractive, indecorous, etc.
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The feeling or attitude of one who looks down on somebody or something as being low, mean, or unworthy; scorn
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The lowering of the value of a currency by reducing the amount of valuable metal in the coins.
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A person, thing, or circumstance that causes or ought to cause disgrace or outrage:
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To profane or violate the sacredness or sanctity of something.
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To cause to feel self-conscious or ill at ease; disconcert:
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To exclude from a group or society:
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The act of exalting or raising high; also, the state of being exalted; elevation.
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Used other than as an idiom: see bad,"Ž name.
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Loss of or damage to one's reputation
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Bad reputation
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To remove something from a hanging position.
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To lower in status or character; degrade or humble:
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(Obs.) To prove guilty
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An instance of this; scornful insult
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Lack of esteem; disfavor
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The act of disapproving, an expression of condemnation.
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Disapproval
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An event which causes humbleness; a set-down.
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The state of being inglorious.
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(Law) The disqualification of a lawyer from membership in a bar association, usually as punishment for wrongdoing; the result of being disbarred.
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A shameful condition
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Expulsion from the armed services and denial of veterans' benefits resulting from a court-martial conviction of a serious violation of the military code, such as failure to obey orders, desertion, rape, or murder.
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(UK, horse-riding) To rise and sink in the saddle, in accordance with the motion of the horse, especially in trotting.
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To cover a person in sticky tar, then covered in feathers which stick to the tar. An archaic means of humiliating a person.
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