Disgrace

  • 1 disgrâce — [ disgras ] n. f. • 1539; it. disgrazia → grâce 1 ♦ Vieilli Perte des bonnes grâces, de la faveur (d une personne dont on dépend). ⇒ défaveur. « Lorsque tout tremble devant le tyran, et qu il est aussi dangereux d encourir sa faveur que de… …

    Encyclopédie Universelle

  • 2 disgrace — n Disgrace, dishonor, disrepute, shame, infamy, ignominy, opprobrium, obloquy, odium mean the state, condition, character, or less often the cause of suffering disesteem and of enduring reproach or severe censure. Disgrace may imply no more than… …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 3 disgrâce — DISGRÂCE. s. f. Perte, privation des bonnes grâces d une personne puissante. On ne sait d où vient sa disgrâce, la cause, le sujet de sa disgrâce. Tomber en disgrâce. Encourir la disgrâce du Prin ce. Durant sa disgrâce. f♛/b] Il signifie aussi,… …

    Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • 4 disgrace — Disgrace. s. f. Défaveur, perte, privation des bonnes graces d une personne puissante. On ne sçait d où vient sa disgrace. la cause, le sujet de sa disgrace. estre en disgrace. tomber en disgrace. encourir la disgrace du Prince. durant sa… …

    Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • 5 Disgrace — Disgrâce (roman) Disgrâce Auteur John Maxwell Coetzee Genre Roman Version originale Titre original Disgrace Éditeur original Secker Warburg Langue originale Anglai …

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  • 6 Disgrâce — (roman) Disgrâce Auteur John Maxwell Coetzee Genre Roman Version originale Titre original Disgrace Éditeur original Secker Warburg Langue originale Anglai …

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  • 7 Disgrace — Dis*grace , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Disgraced}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Disgracing}.] [Cf. F. disgracier. See {Disgrace}, n.] 1. To put out of favor; to dismiss with dishonor. [1913 Webster] Flatterers of the disgraced minister. Macaulay. [1913 Webster]… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 8 Disgrace — Dis*grace (?; 277), n. [F. disgr[^a]ce; pref. dis (L. dis ) + gr[^a]ce. See {Grace}.] 1. The condition of being out of favor; loss of favor, regard, or respect. [1913 Webster] Macduff lives in disgrace. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. The state of being… …

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  • 9 Disgrace — may refer to: Disgrace (novel), a Booker Prize winning novel by J. M. Coetzee Disgrace (film), a 2008 film adaption of the novel This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an …

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  • 10 disgrace — Disgrace, f. penac. Est de prononciation Italienne. Le François devroit dire Desgrace, tout ainsi qu il dit Desfaveur, Deshonneur, Destruire, et tels autres que l Italien escrit et prononce Disfavore, Dishonore, Distruggere, Et l Espagnol… …

    Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • 11 disgrace — [dis grās′] n. [Fr disgrâce < It disgrazia < dis (L dis ), not + grazia, favor < L gratia: see GRACE] 1. the state of being in disfavor, as because of bad conduct 2. loss of favor or respect; public dishonor; ignominy; disrepute; shame 3 …

    English World dictionary

  • 12 disgrace — (v.) 1550s, disfigure, from M.Fr. disgracier (16c.), from It. disgraziare, from disgrazia misfortune, deformity, from dis opposite of (see DIS (Cf. dis )) + grazia grace (see GRACE (Cf. grace)). Meaning bring shame upon is from …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 13 disgrace — [n] state of shame; bad reputation abasement, abuse, baseness, black eye*, blemish, blur, brand, comedown, contempt, contumely, corruption, culpability, debasement, debasing, defamation, degradation, derision, disbarment, discredit, disesteem,… …

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  • 14 disgrace — ► NOUN 1) loss of reputation as the result of a dishonourable action. 2) a person or thing regarded as shameful and unacceptable. ► VERB ▪ bring disgrace on. ORIGIN Italian disgrazia, from Latin gratia grace …

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  • 15 Disgrace — (fr., spr. Disgrahs), Ungnade; daher Disgraciirt, in Ungnade gefallen; Disgraciös, unangenehm, mißfällig …

    Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • 16 Disgrâce — (franz., spr. grāß ), Ungnade; disgraziieren, in Ungnade fallen lassen; disgraziös, unangenehm, widerwärtig …

    Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • 17 Disgrâce — (frz. Disgrahß), Ungnade; disgraciös, frz. deutsch, ohne Anmuth …

    Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • 18 disgrace — I noun abasement, abjectness, abomination, attaint, bad character, bad name, bad report, bad reputation, bad repute, badge of infamy, baseness, blemish, blot, brand, cause of reproach, cause of shame, comedown, condition of infamy, contempt,… …

    Law dictionary

  • 19 disgrâce — (di sgrâ s ) s. f. 1°   Perte des bonnes grâces d une personne puissante. Encourir la disgrâce du prince. •   Il a soutenu héroïquement sa disgrâce, SÉV. 348. •   Le meilleur de tous les biens, s il y a des biens, c est le repos, la retraite, et… …

    Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • 20 disgrace — I n. 1) to bring; suffer disgrace 2) deep; public disgrace 3) a disgrace to (he is a disgrace to his family) 4) a disgrace to + inf. (it was a disgrace to behave like that = it was a disgrace behaving like that) 5) a disgrace that (it s a… …

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