evil, bad odor, smear campaign, loss of face, disesteem, under a cloud, slander, injury, shame, disgrace, odium, ill repute, bad name, respect, pity, a stain on someone's character/reputation etc., meanness, character assassination, discredit, opprobrium, obloquy, reproach, infamy, smear
discourtesy (part of speech: noun)
vulgarity (part of speech: noun)
depravity, colloquialism, brutishness, rudeness, coarseness, gracelessness, brazenness, gaudiness, outlandishness, rankness, offensiveness, saltiness, earthiness, vernacular, garishness, grossness, boorishness, baseness, commonness, repulsiveness, roughness, crassness, profanity, tawdriness, indelicacy, vulgarity, shamelessness, sleaze, tactlessness, clumsiness, inelegance, tastelessness, rawness, lowness, barbarism, broadness, crudeness, animality
shame (part of speech: verb)
- He felt less ignominious in the hour of his public ignominy than in all these months of secret shame. - "Peccavi", E. W. Hornung.
- Christ crucified is voluntarily devoted and accursed'; he even speaks of 'the precise amount of ignominy and pain needed for the redemption, ' and says that the 'divine victim' paid more than was absolutely necessary." - "Esoteric Christianity, or The Lesser Mysteries", Annie Besant.
- So it was that the boy was tossed to public eminence on a day when Starling Tucker, accomplished horseman, descended into the vale of ignominy by means of the Mansion House's new motor bus. - "The Wrong Twin", Harry Leon Wilson.