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disgraced

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  • v  bring shame or dishonor upon
  • v  reduce in worth or character, usually verbally
  • v  damage the reputation of
  • s  suffering shame

  • A disgraced starlet is emerging as an unlikely rallying point for South Korean feminists.
  • White House had initially said there was no record of disgraced lobbyist at 2001 meeting.
  • Years later, in 1954, when she decided to make a comeback, her name still had "disgraced" attached to it.
News & Articles

  • Drug lab scandal causes old evidence to pile up
    Disgraced former state chemist Annie Dookhan almost single-handedly brought the state's drug testing system to a standstill and cast doubt on tens of thousands of drug convictions.
    June 23, 2013 - Worcester Telegram & Gazette
  • Former cyclist Ullrich admits to Fuentes treatment
    BERLIN (Reuters) - Disgraced former Tour de France winner Jan Ullrich has admitted that he underwent blood-doping procedures under the guidance of a Spanish doctor at the heart of a major drugs scandal. The 39-year-old German, who was banned for two years in 2012 for a doping offence, had previously confessed to having contact with Eufemiano Fuentes but consistently denied being illegally ...
    June 22, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! Sports
  • Doping-Former cyclist Ullrich admits to Fuentes treatment
    BERLIN, June 22 (Reuters) - Disgraced former Tour de France winner Jan Ullrich has admitted that he underwent blood doping procedures under the guidance of a Spanish doctor at the heart of a major drugs scandal. The 39-year-old German, who was banned for two years in 2012 for a doping offence, had previously confessed to having contact with Eufemiano Fuentes but consistently denied being ...
    June 22, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News
Quotes

  • James Tedisco in Politics on the Hudson
    Assembly Minority Leader James Tedisco, a Republican, said Spitzer "has disgraced his office and the entire state of New York. He should resign his office immediately. Public service is a public trust - Eliot Spitzer violated this trust and has...
  • Albert Haynesworth in RotoTimes.com
    Nobody coached me on my statement or anything like that. It's all coming from me,said Haynesworth. "What I did was disgusting. What I feel like is I disgraced the game, disgraced my team and disgraced my last name. It doesn't matter what...
  • James Caan in Forbes
    The conduct exhibited by the defendants is disgraceful,Cohn said. "Not only have you disgraced the police department and yourself, you have disgraced your family."

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