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Definition of "disgraceful" []

  • Bringing or warranting disgrace; shameful. (adjective)
  • Shameful; scandalous (adjective)

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Use "disgraceful" in a sentence
  • "CHAMBLISS: I don't know that I would use the term disgraceful, but certainly it's not the way that the American taxpayer expects the government to operate."
  • "Senator Graham says the Bush administration has repeatedly hindered the investigation of a September 11 attacks in what he call a disgraceful manner."
  • "The young commander took his place on the hatch, and made quite a telling speech in regard to what he termed the disgraceful proceeding which had occurred on board."