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  • Disgrace | Define Disgrace at

    Disgrace definition, the loss of respect, honor, or esteem; ignominy; shame: the disgrace of criminals. See more.

  • Disgrace | Definition of Disgrace by Merriam-Webster

    Many feel that the mayor has disgraced the town government by accepting personal favors from local businesspeople. He felt he had disgraced himself by failing at school.

  • Disgrace - Wikipedia

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  • Disgrace: A Novel (9780140296402): J. M ...

    “Disgrace is not a hard or obscure book—it is, among other things, compulsively readable—but what it may well be is an authentically spiritual document, a ...

  • Disgrace - definition of disgrace by The Free Dictionary

    dis·grace (dĭs-grās′) n. 1. Loss of honor, respect, or reputation; shame. 2. The condition of being strongly and generally disapproved. 3. One that brings ...

  • Disgrace Synonyms, Disgrace Antonyms |

    Synonyms for disgrace at with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for disgrace.

  • Disgrace (2008) - IMDb

    Directed by Steve Jacobs. With John Malkovich, Natalie Becker, Jessica Haines, Eriq Ebouaney. After having an affair with a student, a Cape Town professor moves to ...

  • Disgrace by J.M. Coetzee - Goodreads

    Disgrace has 70,112 ratings and 5,093 reviews. J said: This book made me want to read Twilight. Yes, Twilight: perfectly perfect young people falling ...

  • Disgrace by Brittainy C. Cherry

    Disgrace has 5,839 ratings and 931 reviews. Alex Comets and Comments said: “When you find you, come back to me.”Earlier last year, I read a sin...

  • disgrace | Definition of disgrace in English by Oxford ...

    Definition of disgrace - loss of reputation or respect as the result of a dishonourable action

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