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[ US /dɪˈsɑnɝəbəɫ/ ]
  1. deceptive or fraudulent; disposed to cheat or defraud or deceive
  2. lacking honor or integrity; deserving dishonor
    dishonorable in thought and deed
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How To Use dishonorable In A Sentence

  • It was dishonourable to’ — ‘Peace, young man,’ said Herries, more calmly than I might have expected; ‘the word dishonour must not be mentioned as in conjunction with my name. Redgauntlet
  • i told my wife the other night, i'm hoping that obama can slip in a few "dishonors" and "dishonorables" under the radar on tuesday night. mccain will catch it and it will set him off. i honestly think that's the one button that you can push with mccain that he can't resist blowing up over -- hitting his honor (or lack thereof). Obama Campaign Launches Pre-emptive Ad Strike Against McCain's Planned Character Assault
  • ‘Not only were you guilty of the offence of which you were convicted, but you were also in my view guilty of dishonourable conduct,’ he said.
  • An issue of this importance to the nation deserves full public hearings, full debate on the floor of the Senate, not an attachment that I described as dishonorable to Iraq war funding bill. CNN Transcript May 21, 2008
  • She wrote a letter telling him that the Marine Corps had given him a dishonorable discharge.
  • How dishonourable and reprehensible, and I am very surprised that you would deal with such a person as this man is evolving to be.
  • Honourable members don't do anything dishonourable, but if they don't know the rules properly, then they could end up breaking them inadvertently.
  • I went home with this girl once and her father asked, ‘Are your intentions honourable or dishonourable?’
  • After a moment, biting her lip, she added, "Your question to me just now was dishonorable. THE BIRTHDAY OF THE WORLD
  • What makes that egregious and selfish act more serious than just disgustingly dishonorable is that those fake awards are used to justify and back up applications for employment or appointment, for winning political office, and even claims for veteran's benefits - including government medical treatment for post-traumatic stress syndrome. Media Coverage October
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