dishonorable

Part of speech: adverb

DISHONORABLY.

Part of speech: adjective

Characterized by or bringing dishonor; discreditable; ignoble.

Part of speech: noun

Dishonorableness.

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Usage examples "dishonorable":

  1. The mistress, to whom he had sacrificed the noblest and most loving heart, he had lost under circumstances as abject as their two years of passion had been dishonorable. - "Cosmopolis, Complete", Paul Bourget Last Updated: March 3, 2009.
  2. He felt now very fully, what he had felt vaguely and dimly at Talbot Court, that he was not the sort of person who ought to do anything mean and dishonorable, such as being a burglar, and climbing in at pantry windows; that when he grew up he would be expected to look after his servants and laborers, and all the men and women whom he would have under him- that their happiness and well- being would be his charge. - "Harding's luck", E. [Edith] Nesbit.
  3. Just the difference between an honorable and a dishonorable bankruptcy. - "The Grain Of Dust A Novel", David Graham Phillips.