disgraceful : Definition, Usages, News and More

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dis grays fuhl

  • s  giving offense to moral sensibilities and injurious to reputation
  • s  (used of conduct or character) deserving or bringing disgrace or shame

  • In a joint statement, BMW and Mercedes described the contents of the video as "disgraceful.
  • In Jordan, we are challenging this disgraceful practice.
  • Obama called the talk of death panels, started by the disgraceful Sarah Palin, "a lie, plain and simple," which drew explosive applause from the Democratic side of the aisle.
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  • Harry Reid in Baltimore Sun
    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid called Bush's decision "disgraceful. Libby's conviction was the one faint glimmer of accountability for White House efforts to manipulate intelligence and silence critics of the Iraq war."
  • John McCain in guardian.co.uk
    Accusing Obama of "smearing" Palin in "offensive and disgraceful" comments, the McCain campaign demanded an apology.
  • Michael Bloomberg in 940 News
    Whoever the coward was that committed this disgraceful act on our city will be found and prosecuted to the full extent of the law,Mayor Michael Bloomberg said.

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