dishonest

[ dis-on-ist ]SEE DEFINITION OF dishonest

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISHONEST

"If you think it dishonourable or dishonest—" said Beaufort, irresolutely.

I dare say it was because I had been so dishonest myself just before.

And is any mode of acquisition, even if unjust and dishonest, equally to be deemed virtue?

And then Jed Winslow did what was perhaps the first dishonest thing he had ever done.

In fact he wrote that he thought it all wrong, deceitful, bordering on the dishonest.

To return again to the lying, dishonest, and negligent servant.

The sharks on the Bourse and the sharp men of business are just as dishonest.

There aren't any dishonest people, so there won't be anything for him to do.

As the man said, we haven't had a dishonest person in the State for thousands of years.

Certainly; if you prove him to be dishonest, my love will vanish away.

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