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What is the opposite of disgrace?

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Opposite of loss of reputation or respect as the result of a dishonorable action
“Eddie was held in high esteem by the farming community, and his pleasant, friendly smile endeared him to all.”
Opposite of a bad reflection on someone or something
“He served the county as prosecutor several years ago and was a credit to the county and the people he so well represented.”
Opposite of an action or event that causes general public outrage
“He was delighted to be apart of a national achievement of which to be proud and brought home the realization that a new era in medicine was beginning.”
Opposite of a thing that causes disgust or loathing
Opposite of something or someone that one vehemently abhors or dislikes
Opposite of an act, or the state, of being humbled or shamed
Opposite of a painful feeling of humiliation or distress caused by the consciousness of wrong or foolish behavior
“Homer shows immense pride over the fact that he was named Employee of the Month on April Fools' Day.”
Opposite of a feeling of having committed wrong or failed in an obligation
“The remorselessness of some youthful offenders is real and in some cases tragically irreversible.”
Opposite of the act or state of degrading or being degraded
“The Sixth Sense achieved the elevation of a cultural phenomenon because of a wizardly directorial effort by newcomer M. Night Shyamalan.”
Opposite of something that opposes a person's plans, usually in a harmful manner
“Google is your friend, so use it to find whatever you need.”
Opposite of a displeasing and prominently ugly sight
Opposite of an unjust or unfair act
Opposite of a person, action, or situation that brings a loss of respect or honor
“Under his sterling guidance and without fanfare, he has led in a manner that makes him an asset for our organization.”
Opposite of someone or something that is inadequate and made fun of
“This year we had a boy in London who had turned his hobby into a media empire at the age of fifteen years, becoming an instant success.”
Opposite of to bring shame or discredit on
“His ambition and will, masked as implacable good manners, strove to raise him from the position of the lowly impoverished barrister to one of respect and control.”
Opposite of to blame or censure
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“Admirers praise him as a courageous hero whom any law abider would love to have next door.”
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