3. blemish, blotch, stain, spot, blot, smudge; defect, flaw, fault, imperfection; eyesore, fright, mess, monstrosity; deformity, malformation, mutilation; scar, pit, pockmark, Med. cicatrix, (both usu. resulting from drug abuse) SI. track, SI. crater; birthmark, mole, port-wine stain or mark, Med. naevus.
disgorge, v. 1. spit out, spew out, vomit forth, burst forth; spew, jet, spurt; vomit, regurgitate, heave, throw up, be sick, SI. puke, SI. barf, SI. upchuck, SI. blow lunch.
2. (all usu. in reference to something illicitly obtained) surrender, yield, cede, relinquish, give up, turn over, Inf. hand over, SI. fork up or over, SI. cough up, render up; release, let go, forgo, renounce, abandon, SI. kiss good-bye; return, replace, give back.
3. discharge, eject, expel; jettison, cast off or away, throw out or off or away.
disgrace, n. 1. dishonor, shame, degradation, scan dal, debasement, vitiation, ill-repute, reproach, ingloriousness; ignominy, infamy, odium, opprobrium, condemnation.
2. slur, imputation, aspersion, defamation, denigration, slander, libel, vilification, smear, smirch, blot, blot on the escutcheon, stain, taint, attaint, tarnish, spot, black spot or mark, blemish, smudge, brand, stigma, Inf skeleton in the closet.
3. discredit, disrepute, disfavor, disrespect, obloquy, disapproval, disapprobation, disesteem, loss of face, downfall, fall, descent; humiliation, humble pie, mortification; belittlement, disparagement, deprecation, deflation, derogation, detraction, depreciation, devaluation.
-v.4. shame, dishonor, degrade, abase, debase, vitiate, reproach; sully, impute, slur, asperse, vilify, scandalize, blacken, smear, smirch, besmirch, taint, attaint, tarnish, stain, smudge, spot, bespatter, brand, stigmatize, SI. dump on, drag through the mud or mire, heap dirt upon; slander, calumniate, libel, denigrate, defame.
5. discredit, disfavor, derogate, disprove, depreciate, devaluate, lower, reduce, detrude, depress; demean, belittle, detract, disparage, decry, deprecate, deflate; humiliate, humble, mortify.
disgraced, adj. 1. shamed, dishonored, reproached, ill-famed; disfavored, SI. in the doghouse; humiliated, mortified, humbled.
2. discredited, invalidated, refuted; belittled, disparaged, decried, derogated, deprecated, depreciated, deflated.
3. libeled, slandered, aspersed, slurred, denigrated, defamed, scandalized, smirched, besmirched, smeared, smeared, stained, tarnished, tainted, blemished, smudged, branded, stigmatized.
disgraceful, adj. 1. shameful, dishonorable, degraded, inglorious; infamous, ignominious, odious, contemptible, despicable, opprobrious, detestable, sordid, degenerate, depraved, horrible, heinous, vicious, atrocious, flagitious; corrupt, reprehensible, unprincipled, debased, base, vile, evil, sinful, bad, wrong, low, arrant, nefarious, Obs. scelerous; mean, villainous, ignoble.
2. libelous, slanderous, defamatory; shocking, scandalous, notorious, flagrant, shameless, outrageous; improper, unseemly, unbecoming, Obs. indign, unworthy, undutiful, delinquent, objectionable, uncom-mendable, reprovable, peccable, illaudable; indecent, lewd, obscene, perverse.
3. disreputable, discreditable, disfavorable; censurable, blameworthy, blamable, culpable, chargeable, ac-cusable, impeachable, imputable; humiliating, mortifying; belittling, deflating, derogatory, disparaging, deprecating.
disgruntled, adj. discontented, discontent, malcontent, dissatisfied, displeased, unhappy; disappointed, dejected, disheartened, let down; sulky, sullen, poutful, resentful; cranky, grumpy, grouchy, surly, churlish, ill-humored, in a bad mood; vexed, annoyed, irritated, exasperated, disgusted, Inf fed up.