IV. MORAL AFFECTIONS
3. Moral conditions
[Nouns] improbity; dishonesty, dishonor; deviation from rectitude; disgrace (disrepute) [more]; fraud (deception) [more]; lying [more]; bad faith, Punic faith; mala fides, Punica fides; infidelity; faithlessness; Judas kiss, betrayal.
shabbiness; villany; baseness; abjection, debasement, turpitude, moral turpitude, laxity, trimming, shuffling.
perfidy; perfidiousness; treachery, double dealing; unfairness; knavery, roguery, rascality, foul play; jobbing, jobbery; graft; venality, nepotism; corruption, job, shuffle, fishy transaction; barratry, sharp practice, heads I win tails you lose; mouth honor (flattery) [more].
[Verbs] be dishonest; play false; break one's word, break one's faith, break one's promise; jilt, betray, forswear; shuffle (lie) [more]; live by one's wits, sail near the wind.
disgrace oneself, dishonor oneself, demean oneself; derogate, stoop, grovel, sneak, lose caste; sell oneself, go over to the enemy; seal one's infamy.
false-hearted, disingenuous; unfair, one-sided; double, double- hearted, double-tongued, double-faced; timeserving, crooked, tortuous, insidious, Machiavelian, dark, slippery; fishy; perfidious, treacherous, perjured.
infamous, arrant, foul, base, vile, ignominious, blackguard.
contemptible, abject, mean, shabby, little, paltry, dirty, scurvy, scabby, sneaking, groveling, scrubby, rascally, pettifogging; beneath one.
low-minded, low-thoughted; base-minded.
undignified, indign; unbecoming, unbeseeming, unbefitting; derogatory, degrading; infra dignitatem; ungentlemanly, ungentlemanlike; unknightly, unchivalric, unmanly, unhandsome; recreant, inglorious.
corrupt, venal; debased, mongrel.
faithless, of bad faith, false, unfaithful, disloyal; untrustworthy; trustless, trothless; lost to shame, dead to honor; barratrous.