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2. The disgraced official was divested of all authority.
3. The disgraced minister walked swiftly from the car to his house pursued by a whole posse of reporters.
4. She disgraced herself by drinking too much at the banquet.
5. You have disgraced us all with your behaviour.
6. He was disgraced and stripped of his title.
7. He got drunk and disgraced himself at the wedding.
8. He was publicly disgraced and sent into exile.
9. I've disgraced myself by the actions I've taken.
10. He had disgraced the family name.
11. He was disgraced by cowardice.
12. He disgraced himself by passing out at the party.
13. Our disgraced teacher was publicly rehabilitated by school authorities.
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14. You disgraced yourself by your conduct.
15. I have disgraced my family's name.
16. I'm not the one who disgraced herself at the wedding!
17. The corrupt official was publicly disgraced.
18. The country is ridding itself of its disgraced prime minister in a veil of secrecy.
19. I disgraced myself by drinking far too much.
20. They have disgraced the whole school.
21. The head of the section disgraced himself last night by drinking too much.
22. The dishonest government official was publicly disgraced.
23. After the defeat two generals were publicly disgraced.
24. And one summer, Grandmother said I disgraced myself by following Bill Brown around like a love-sick pup.
25. Quakers were not disgraced in the first derby match of Third Division standing played at the Victoria Ground.
26. Enough that I would be publicly disgraced.
27. Napoleon, the greatest of all generals, dismissed and disgraced Admiral Bruix when he questioned an order to sail his fleet.
28. Why should she slink about as if it were she who had disgraced herself?
29. The greatest Pharaonic inscription was defaced in antiquity; the disgraced Roman Third Legion had its name hacked away.
30. In 1972, it was allowed back into the region, like some disgraced aristocrat returning from exile.
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