bring into disrepute


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See: decry, demean
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I do hope this case doesn't bring into disrepute the Christmas party, which I've always thought was a fantastic way of catching up with people you haven't seen for 20 minutes.
Congress spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi said that his party has never intended or attempted directly or indirectly to bring into disrepute the Election Commission of India.
A meeting of the diocese's churchwardens and clergy earlier released a statement that Bishop Kunonga and his supporters had engaged in a campaign to "destabilize the diocese and the provincial church, and bring into disrepute the church as a whole," and are no longer licensed to exercise "any ecclesiastical functions.