dishonor[ dis-on-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF dishonor
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He does not look upon it as a sin, as carrying any dishonor; he may be cheated, but he cheats no man.
In an indistinct way he felt the dishonor that was Alan Porter's being given to him.
But his private character, like his public, knew no dishonor.
I am alone—the past, nothing but remorse; the future, ruin and dishonor!'
In your 'Century of Dishonor' you showed to the country its own disgrace.
Nor in these days, when I am full-grown and understand, will I have a word spoken in his dishonor.
To accept so terrible an ordeal seemed like a purification of her dishonor.
It had been thrown, and Garrison's dishonor now was national.
It is the inheritance we received from God, and it could be no mark of shame or dishonor.
His wife was on the other side of that door—with a companion in dishonor.