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disgraced Line breaks: dis|graced
Pronunciation: /dɪsˈɡreɪst/

Definition of disgraced in English:

adjective

Having fallen from favour or a position of power or honour; discredited: the disgraced city financier
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  • Whilst they were finally beaten by a better side Trojans were by no means disgraced.
  • All eyes are on the fate of the disgraced tycoon.
  • Unlike many of the disgraced chiefs of the stock-market boom, he put his own money on the line.

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