disgraceful

Disgraceful vs Disgraced - What's the difference?

disgraceful | disgraced |


As adjectives the difference between disgraceful and disgraced

is that disgraceful is bringing or warranting disgrace; shameful while disgraced is to have been disgraced.

As a verb disgraced is

(disgrace).

Disgraceful vs Disgracious - What's the difference?

disgraceful | disgracious |


As adjectives the difference between disgraceful and disgracious

is that disgraceful is bringing or warranting disgrace; shameful while disgracious is lacking grace; not pleasing; disagreeable.

Shaming vs Disgraceful - What's the difference?

shaming | disgraceful |


As a noun shaming

is the activity of shaming (see the verb shame).

As a verb shaming

is .

As an adjective disgraceful is

bringing or warranting disgrace; shameful.

Ungrateful vs Disgraceful - What's the difference?

ungrateful | disgraceful |


As adjectives the difference between ungrateful and disgraceful

is that ungrateful is not grateful; not expressing gratitude; a dissatisfied person while disgraceful is bringing or warranting disgrace; shameful.

Disgraceful vs Shame - What's the difference?

disgraceful | shame |


As an adjective disgraceful

is bringing or warranting disgrace; shameful.

As a noun shame is

uncomfortable]] or painful feeling due to recognition or consciousness of impropriety, dishonor or other wrong in the opinion of the person experiencing the feeling it is caused by awareness of exposure of circumstances of [[unworthy|unworthiness or of improper or indecent conduct.

As an interjection shame is

a cry of admonition for the subject of a speech, often used reduplicated, especially in political debates.

As a verb shame is

to feel shame, be ashamed.

Servile vs Disgraceful - What's the difference?

servile | disgraceful | Related terms |

Servile is a related term of disgraceful.


As adjectives the difference between servile and disgraceful

is that servile is of or pertaining to a slave while disgraceful is bringing or warranting disgrace; shameful.

As a noun servile

is (grammar) an element which forms no part of the original root.

Menial vs Disgraceful - What's the difference?

menial | disgraceful | Related terms |

Menial is a related term of disgraceful.


As adjectives the difference between menial and disgraceful

is that menial is of or relating to work normally performed by a servant while disgraceful is bringing or warranting disgrace; shameful.

As a noun menial

is a servant, especially a domestic servant.

Vulgar vs Disgraceful - What's the difference?

vulgar | disgraceful | Related terms |

Vulgar is a related term of disgraceful.


As adjectives the difference between vulgar and disgraceful

is that vulgar is vulgar while disgraceful is bringing or warranting disgrace; shameful.

Repugnant vs Disgraceful - What's the difference?

repugnant | disgraceful | Related terms |

Repugnant is a related term of disgraceful.


As adjectives the difference between repugnant and disgraceful

is that repugnant is repugnant while disgraceful is bringing or warranting disgrace; shameful.

As a verb repugnant

is .

Wretched vs Disgraceful - What's the difference?

wretched | disgraceful | Related terms |

Wretched is a related term of disgraceful.


As adjectives the difference between wretched and disgraceful

is that wretched is very miserable; sunk in, or accompanied by, deep affliction or distress, as from want, anxiety, or grief; calamitous; woeful; very afflicting while disgraceful is bringing or warranting disgrace; shameful.

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