Unworthy of respect.

dis′re·spect′a·bil′i·ty n.
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unworthy of respect; not respectable
ˌdisreˌspectaˈbility n
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(ˌdɪs rɪˈspɛk tə bəl)

not respectable.
dis`re•spect`a•bil′i•ty, n.
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'You are disrespectable, sir,' said the Lord Mayor--'leastways, disrespectful I mean.'
They also had assistance of ex-Pakistan cricketers like Kabir Khan, Rashid Latif and Inzamam-ul-Haq as coaches but not to my surprise they have their cricket headquarters in Noida in India but when it comes to playing against Pakistan their cockiness makes them look so disrespectable to those who groomed them into a cricketing nation.
The MCAs said Elachi's actions and omissions by undertaking the functions of the Board and inviting investigators to probe the conduct of officers of the county assembly was illegal and disrespectable to the board.
The manual, included by Russian language teacher, Eduardo Pennisi and supposedly approved by the AFA, triggered anger and criticism since it went viral on social media, especially by women rights activists, as it was highly considered "sexist" and disrespectable to women.
A leaving home several times without informing her husband about her whereabouts, not being interested in her marital life with her husband; having no sexual attraction, passion or sexual interest towards her husband; finding it difficult to mate with her husband and asking to give her some more time to be able to mate with her husband; giving much priority to her female friend than her husband; being disrespectable, defiant and disobedient towards her parents, in-laws and her husband.
He offers to put his impressive skills at the service of the government, but Sir Walter Pole (Samuel West) doesn't want help from such a disrespectable source.
He offers to put his impressive magical skills at the service of the government, but Sir Walter Pole (Samuel West) doesn't want help from such a disrespectable source.
The monstrous gothic 'soul-stealers' are deemed not those outcast from respectable society; instead a hypocritically disrespectable society is exposed as vampirically praying on vulnerability.
If these rappers were dissed, or disrespected, thus reducing them to mere objects, they'd reduce women to disrespectable objects.
In history she has been buried alive with fresh breath clear of sins, she has been troubled when came out of nest for survival through the war of harsh words and given physical torture, she was supposed to be disrespectable creature, she has been fired, broken, sacrificed, killed, and experienced all the hatred and hateful feelings for herself even though in an ocean of troubles tolerated dark nights of terror and made herself vigorous part of society running through stones of fire and came up with a brighter burning rays of sun.
Although the inspectors used a bourgeois distinction between respectable and disrespectable women, they recognized that by the 1930s even respectable women wanted to drink and decided that, with proper chaperoning, they should be allowed to consume alcohol in public spaces.