Politicians often have discreditable secrets, secrets that might upset their campaigns.
The nature of this disclosure was painful to his relatives and discreditable to his memory.
A woman going away with a woman is not so discreditable a thing, surely!
discreditable to the youngsters intelligence and scientific knowledge, the story is highly discreditable to his breeding.
How did it happen that an Englishman should be in such a discreditable position?
Oh no, I could not be married in a clandestine, discreditable way.
The old man was puzzled and humiliated by this discreditable thing.
It is not an affair of a rash engagement, in a discreditable quarter, from which he cannot extricate himself.
No action of the war was so discreditable to the Americans as this.
They tell stories of such cases up and down the islands, and mostly the stories are very ugly and discreditable indeed.