Disgrace and Integrity


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Disgrace noun – The state of having lost the esteem of others.
Integrity is an antonym for disgrace.
Nearby Words: disgraceful, disgraced, disgracing
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Integrity noun – Faithfulness to high moral standards.
Usage example: a politician of great honesty and integrity

Disgrace is an antonym for integrity in topics: honor, completeness.
Nearby Words: integrate, integral, integration, integrality, integrally
Antonyms for Integrity
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complete complete disgrace complete integrity
great great disgrace great integrity
personal personal disgrace personal integrity
moral moral disgrace moral integrity
Other adjectives: professional.
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