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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Example sentences
The result is a disgraceful pool of highly educated, underemployed or
  unemployed perpetual trainees.
The bottom line is that this proposal is disgraceful and uniquely pandering.
Mental illness is as real as diabetes, arthritis or any other disease, and no
  more disgraceful.
The twelve delegates wasted an hour in excited debate full of disgraceful
  personalities.
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