- 形容词: disgraceful;
He was disgusted that a British minister could have behaved so disgracefully.
He felt that his brother had behaved disgracefully.
British prisons remain disgracefully crowded and insanitary.
He believes that the tabloid press has behaved disgracefully.
The firm exploits its workers disgracefully.
Teachers considered him to have acted disgracefully.
We all considered him to have acted disgracefully.
His grades were disgracefully low.
To my mother, any meal where you served less than three wines was disgracefully plebeian.
1. in a dishonorably manner or to a dishonorable degree;
"his grades were disgracefully low"