disgrace (n):
a state of dishonor
one mistake brought shame to all his family.
suffered the ignominy of being sent to prison

Related Words: ignominyshame
disgrace (v):
damage the reputation of
This newspaper story discredits the politicians
Related Words: discredit
disgrace (v):
reduce in worth or character, usually verbally
She tends to put down younger women colleagues.
His critics took him down after the lecture

Related Words: degradeput downtake down
disgrace (v):
bring shame or dishonor upon
he dishonored his family by committing a serious crime
Related Words: dishonordishonourshame
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Love sees no faults

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Real love does not take into account the flaws of a person

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