dishonestly[ dis-on-ist ]SEE DEFINITION OF dishonestly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISHONESTLY
Restore to the real owner whatever has been dishonestly gotten.
So I inquired very naturally if he had come by them dishonestly.
He failed, dishonestly, as I suspect, and so all my savings were lost.
He may have tried to borrow it, father, but I don't think he tried to get it dishonestly.
So I had my choice of either surrendering them or dishonestly preaching them to others.
This was first dishonestly, and then foolishly, denied on our side.
He had to find money, and he got it dishonestly at less fatigue than by work.
"I don't know what he's coming for," said Lydia dishonestly.
If such sums could not be obtained honestly they must be had dishonestly.
But one was (most dishonestly) too big to cuff in spite of his greener years.