Related formsdis·grace·ful·ly, adverbdis·grace·ful·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for disgraceful
But burning, rioting, and looting are disgraceful—and they make for real-life victims we somehow never hear about.
And now, after 60 years, the disgraceful falsity of the charge has finally been confirmed.
“I think it is disgraceful,” said New York Republican Congressman Peter King.Guardian and WaPo Share Pulitzer: Snowden Hails Victory for “More Accountable Democracy”|David Freedlander|April 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I favor his release, I think he's served long enough, but to be used in this fashion, it's disgraceful.Exclusive: U.S. Intel Committee Chiefs Blast Deal for Israeli Spy|Josh Rogin|April 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But, writes Michael Tomasky, they're nothing compared to the GOP's disgraceful opposition.
"It was most disgraceful and wicked," chimed in a second lady.Tom Gerrard|Louis Becke
But, whatever he might have been in either capacity, his disgraceful life soon destroyed all hope of success in them.The Wits and Beaux of Society|Grace Wharton and Philip Wharton
In a wild and disgraceful debauch, and in a company of which he felt himself well ashamed.Tony Butler|Charles James Lever
So instead of leaving these disgraceful little Ducks alone, which would perhaps have been wiser, she began to scold them.The Story of a Red Deer|J. W. Fortescue
The devastation, destruction and misery the Huns have left is a disgraceful crime to civilization and is pitiful.Flying for France|James R. McConnell