Disgrazium in a sentence

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How to use disgrazium in a sentence. Disgrazium pronunciation.

If an accident does happen, they call it a disgrazia, thus confirming the soundness of a philosophy which I put forward in an earlier work.
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First there was the military service and then I had a disgrazia; but I have come back now.
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I avoided inquiring into the disgrazia till I could ascertain from some one else whether he meant what we should call a misfortune or something more serious and merely said I was glad it was all over and asked after his brother.
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Whereas Rosario had treated his disgrazia as merely an annoying little accident that might happen to any gentleman.
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Examples of Disgrazium

Example #1
I may mention for the benefit of English readers that the tunnels through Monte Piottino and the Biaschina are marvels of engineering skill, being both of them spiral; the road describes a complete circle, and descends rapidly all the while, so that the point of egress as one goes from Airolo towards Faido is at a much lower level than that of ingress.
Example #2
A few people were hurt, but much less damage was done than might have been expected.
Example #3
I avoided inquiring into the disgrazia till I could ascertain from some one else whether he meant what we should call a misfortune or something more serious and merely said I was glad it was all over and asked after his brother.
Example #4
I had written to Carmelo to meet the train and drive me up, but he was not among the coachmen.
Example #5
He told me to meet you and sent you his salutes and apologies for not coming himself; he will call on you this evening.
Example #6
First there was the military service and then I had a disgrazia; but I have come back now.