Synonyms and Antonyms of DISGRACE



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Synonyms and Antonyms of DISGRACE :



DISGRACE - noun

1. No one can disgrace you but yourselves.

2. The divorce was a disgrace to your family.

3. There was no disgrace in telling the truth.

Synonyms - Dishonour, shame, degrade, discredit, disparage, humiliate, desert

1. The accusations were intended to degrade him and destroy his refutation.

2. She felt thoroughly humiliated at her own lack of insight.

3. They shamed him for timid behaviour in the emergency.

4. No one liked their caustically disparaging each new production just to prove the playwright's worthlessness.

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

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

Antonyms - Honour, reverence, respect, exalt, dignify, elevate, venerate

1. Mrs. Indira Gandhi was honoured with the award to Lennin Peace Prize in Moscow.

2. This was in reverence to her devotion to the cause of world peace throughout her life.

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











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