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  • Disgracer — Dis*gra cer, n. One who disgraces. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • disgracer — noun see disgrace I …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • disgracer — n. one who causes shame, one who dishonors …   English contemporary dictionary

  • disgracer — dis·grac·er …   English syllables

  • disgracer — āsə(r) noun : one that disgraces …   Useful english dictionary

  • disgrace — disgracer, n. /dis grays /, n., v., disgraced, disgracing. n. 1. the loss of respect, honor, or esteem; ignominy; shame: the disgrace of criminals. 2. a person, act, or thing that causes shame, reproach, or dishonor or is dishonorable or shameful …   Universalium

  • disgrace — I. transitive verb Date: 1580 1. archaic to humiliate by a superior showing 2. to be a source of shame to < your actions disgraced the family > 3. to cause to lose favor or standing < was disgraced by the hint of scandal > • disgracer noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • disgrace — /dəsˈgreɪs / (say duhs grays) noun 1. the state of being in dishonour; ignominy; shame. 2. a cause of shame or reproach; that which dishonours. 3. the state of being out of favour; exclusion from favour, confidence, or trust. –verb (t) (disgraced …   Australian-English dictionary

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