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(1) By telling lies he brought discredit upon Parliament.
(2) The company's lawyers tried to discredit her testimony.
(3) The photos were deliberately taken to discredit the President.
(4) That guy is a discredit to his family and relatives and friends.
(5) My brother's behaviour did great discredit to the family.
(6) Violent fans bring discredit on their teams.
(7) The police, to their discredit, arrived too late.
(8) That boy is a discredit to his family.
(9) They made an effort to discredit the politician.
(10) They were a discredit to their country.
(11) Their behaviour has bought discredit on English football.
(12) There is no reason to discredit what she says.
(13) Agents provocateurs may seek to discredit the opposition.
(14) His selfish decision is greatly to his discredit.
(15) They spread disinformation in order to discredit politicians.
(16) He is a discredit to his family.
(17) She brought the whole system into discredit.
(18) Such behavior can only reflect discredit upon you.
(19) There was good reason to discredit the witness.
(20) His attempt to discredit his opponent boomeranged when he was charged with libel.
(21) The findings of the report threw discredit on the protesters' claims.
(22) Britain, to its discredit, did not speak out against these atrocities.
(23) To his discredit, he knew about the problem but said nothing.
(24) Violent football fans bring discredit on the teams they support.
(25) It does us great discredit to treat foreigners so badly.
(26) One should discredit a good deal of what is printed in newspapers.
(27) Your failure reflects no discredit upon you—you did your best. Sentencedict.com
(28) The behaviour of fans has brought discredit on English football.
(29) Sylvia does not get on with the supervisor and the danger is that he will trump up some charge to discredit her.
(30) The teacher encouraged the children to behave well and not to be a discredit to the collective.
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