disgrace (v.) Old form(s): disgrac'd
insult, dishonour, deny respect [to]
1H6 III.i.99[Third Servingman to Gloucester, of the King] To be disgraced by an inkhorn mate
1H6 III.iv.29[Vernon to Basset] you ... / Disgracing of these colours that I wear
MV III.i.49[Shylock to Salerio, of Antonio] He hath disgraced me
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