Privately, many in Congress consider settlement expansion a catastrophe and the occupation a disgrace.
“How the UN conducted the election was a disgrace—the buck stops with them,” he told me.
A few dishes and a bottle of wine cost the equivalent of $200, which in Bangkok is a disgrace.
Hitting someone with such a lowly object is meant to bring about disgrace and embarrassment.
But, as an old Etonian, even one who left in disgrace, I doubt it.
It will only be by your own disgrace that I shall have news of you.
It was thought a disgrace to give a daughter into the power of an outsider.
Yes, yes; but the disgrace of it if she should end her days there.
It is a disgrace for a family to have in it an unmarried marriageable girl.
Oh, this disgrace is more shocking than all my other sufferings.
1550s, "disfigure," from Middle French disgracier (16c.), from Italian disgraziare, from disgrazia "misfortune, deformity," from dis- "opposite of" (see dis-) + grazia "grace" (see grace). Meaning "bring shame upon" is from 1590s. Related: Disgraced; disgracing. The noun is 1580s, from Middle French disgrace (16c.).