Disgracious Dis*gra"cious, a. [Cf. F. disgracieux.] Wanting grace; unpleasing; disagreeable. --Shak. [1913 Webster]

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  • disgracious — dis·gra·cious …   English syllables

  • disgracious — dəsˈgrāshəs, (ˈ)dis|g , dəˈskr , (ˈ)di|skr adjective Etymology: Middle French disgracieux, from Old Italian disgrazioso, from disgrazia + oso ous 1. obsolete : out of favor : in disgrace; …   Useful english dictionary

  • disrespectful — [adj] insulting, rude aweless, bad mannered, blasphemous, bold, cheeky*, contemptuous, discourteous, disgracious, flip*, flippant, fresh, ill bred, ill mannered, impertinent, impious, impolite, impudent, insolent, irreverent, misbehaved, nervy*,… …   New thesaurus

  • impertinent — [adj] bold, disrespectful arrogant, brash, brassy*, brazen, contumelious, discourteous, disgracious, flip*, forward, fresh, illmannered, impolite, impudent, inappropriate, incongruous, inquisitive, insolent, interfering, intrusive, lippy*,… …   New thesaurus

  • impolite — [adj] having bad manners badmannered, boorish, churlish, crude, discourteous, disgracious, disrespectful, ill bred, illmannered, indecorous, indelicate, insolent, irritable, loutish, moody, oafish, rough, rude, sullen, uncivil, ungracious,… …   New thesaurus

  • uncouth — [adj] clumsy, uncultivated awkward, barbaric, boorish, cheap, clownish, coarse, crass, crude, discourteous, disgracious, gawky, graceless, gross, heavy handed, ill bred, illmannered, impertinent, impolite, inelegant, loud, loud mouthed, loutish,… …   New thesaurus

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