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be a disgrace

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe a disgracebe a disgraceUNFAIRused to say that something or someone is so bad or unacceptable that the people involved with them should feel ashamed The UK rail system is a national disgrace.be a disgrace to You are a disgrace to the medical profession.absolute/utter disgrace It’s an absolute disgrace, the way he treats his wife. disgrace
Examples from the Corpus
absolute/utter disgraceAfter 13 years, it is an absolute disgrace that no input has been made to tackling unemployment.Next door's goings on were an absolute disgrace.I shall have you drummed out of this establishment in utter disgrace!
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