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disgraceful

dis·grace·ful

disgraceful

 
pronunciation:
dihs greIs fl
features:
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part of speech: adjective
definition: bringing about disgrace, or having a shameful nature.
She was now seeing this married man, and her parents thought it was disgraceful.
synonyms:
dishonorable, inglorious, scandalous, shameful
antonyms:
admirable, honorable
similar words:
contemptible, degrading, deplorable, despicable, disreputable, ignoble, ignominious, indecent, infamous, miserable, opprobrious, outrageous, reprehensible
derivations: disgracefully (adv.), disgracefulness (n.)
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