disgracefully


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dis·grace·ful

 (dĭs-grās′fəl)
adj.
Bringing or warranting disgrace; shameful.

dis·grace′ful·ly adv.
dis·grace′ful·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.disgracefully - in a dishonorable manner or to a dishonorable degree; "his grades were disgracefully low"
Translations
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disgracefully

[dɪsˈgreɪsfəlɪ] ADVvergonzosamente; [behave] → escandalosamente

disgracefully

[dɪsˈgreɪsfʊli] adv [behave] → de manière scandaleuse; [low, underrated, overcrowded] → scandaleusement

disgracefully

advschändlich; disgracefully low wageserbärmlich niedrige Löhne

disgracefully

[dɪsˈgreɪsflɪ] advvergognosamente, scandalosamente

disgrace

(disˈgreis) noun
1. the state of being out of favour. He is in disgrace because of his behaviour.
2. a state of being without honour and regarded without respect. There seemed to be nothing ahead of him but disgrace and shame.
3. something which causes or ought to cause shame. Your clothes are a disgrace!
verb
1. to bring shame upon. Did you have to disgrace me by appearing in those clothes?
2. to dismiss from a position of importance. He was publicly disgraced.
disˈgraceful adjective
very bad or shameful. disgraceful behaviour; The service in that hotel was disgraceful.
disˈgracefully adverb
References in classic literature ?
The moment that his trumpets sounded, he had been disgracefully unhorsed.
Therefore I didn't drink save on rare occasions and disgracefully when with other men.
I am a good beast, perhaps, but a disgracefully bad tiger.
She looked an ugly, cross little thing and was frowning because she was beginning to be hungry and feel disgracefully neglected.
You are flirting disgracefully with him," said Lord Henry to his cousin.
I had to wait till I saw his legs, when I promptly shattered one of them at disgracefully short range.
An elderly man, dressed in somber black clothes disgracefully dusty, collarless, with a mass of white hair blown all over his face, was walking up and down the hall with a great pair of horn-rimmed spectacles clutched in his hand.
They even planned ambitiously some day when they were disgracefully prosperous, to ride all the way up to Daylight's boyhood home in Eastern Oregon, stopping on the way at Dede's girlhood home in Siskiyou.
Muriel," she said, "you are behaving disgracefully.
They had recently seen a chosen army from that country, which, reverencing as a mother, they had blindly believed invincible--an army led by a chief who had been selected from a crowd of trained warriors, for his rare military endowments, disgracefully routed by a handful of French and Indians, and only saved from annihilation by the coolness and spirit of a Virginian boy, whose riper fame has since diffused itself, with the steady influence of moral truth, to the uttermost confines of Christendom.
He was disgracefully thrown out, for a gentleman who had seen so much of the world, and thought, 'Now, how am I to take this?
He was under a pressing and continual necessity of looking at that gentleman, which occasioned his eye-glass to get into his soup, into his wine-glass, into Mrs Meagles's plate, to hang down his back like a bell-rope, and be several times disgracefully restored to his bosom by one of the dingy men.