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Definition of "disgraced" []

  • Having lost the approval and respect of the public or of people in authority (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of disgrace. (verb)

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  • To have been disgraced. (adjective)

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Use "disgraced" in a sentence
  • "I use the term disgraced because he decided to leave his seat to become a lobbyist for Advance Payday Loans."
  • "Abramoff, who might as well add the phrase "disgraced superlobbyist" to his legal name, has written a tome that promises to be, according to a publisher's blurb, a "corrective" account of his much-chronicled scandal, our colleague"
  • "He also accused Cuomo of tapping the phone lines used by himself and his relatives and of taking a "steamroller approach" against political enemies, a reference to the term disgraced and former Gov."