Synonyms & Antonyms : Disgrace





Disgrace



( Noun )


A man who commits suicide brings
disgrace on himself and on his family.

Synonyms:

Dishonor

Shame

Degrade

Discredit

Disparage

Humiliate

Desert

Contextual Examples:

The accusations were intended to
degrade him and destroy his reputation.

She felt thoroughly
humiliated at her own lack of insight.

They
shamed him for his timid behavior in the emergency.

No one liked their caustically
disparaging each new production just to prove the play Wright’s worthlessness.

He attempted to
discredit his opponent by disparaging references from his personal life.

The soldier was convicted of willful
desertion causing dishonor to the army.



Antonyms:

Honor

Reverence

Respect

Exalt

Dignify

Elevate

Venerate

Contextual Examples:

Mrs. Indira Gandhi was
honored with the award Lenin Peace Prize in Moscow.

It was also the Soviet people’s
respect to the world’s greatest woman of the century.

The house is in an
elevated position faraway from the city.

Nation heritage of a country is a thing of
veneration.




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