As part of my patriotic duty I will begin sharing the word(s) of the day to help our President prepare for what’s coming. Because he doesn’t seem to attach the same meaning to words like honesty, news, Constitution and transparency. I feel that if given a little time to consider the actual meanings of words he can do better. I will provide both the common definition and when applicable the urban translation. Today’s word: Disgrace
1a : the condition of one fallen from grace : the condition of one who has lost honor (see 1honor 1a) left in disgraceb : loss of grace, favor, or honor brought disgrace upon the family
2: a source of shame Your manners are a disgrace. He’s a disgrace to the profession.
discredit, disesteem, dishonor, disrepute, ignominy, infamy, obloquy, odium, opprobrium, reproach, shame.
scandal; contempt, despite, disdain, scorn; deprecation, disapprobation, disapproval, disfavor; abasement, debasement, debasing, degradation, dust, humbling, humiliation; blot, brand, shadow, slur, smirch, spot, stain, stigma, taint
Urban Translation: Disgrace (some words are universal), little hands.
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