disgrace fulness

disgraceful

[dis-greys-fuhl]
adjective
bringing or deserving disgrace; shameful; dishonorable; disreputable.

Origin:
1585–95; disgrace + -ful

disgracefully, adverb
disgracefulness, noun
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disgraceful (dɪsˈɡreɪsfʊl)
 
adj
shameful; scandalous
 
dis'gracefully
 
adv
 
dis'gracefulness
 
n

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disgraceful
1590s, "graceless," opposite of graceful; from dis- + graceful. Meaning "full of disgrace" (1590s) is from disgrace + -ful.
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