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He had witnessed Salazar acting in dishonorable ways, but, at least at first, nothing overtly illegal.
INSIDE A SECRET RUNNING PROGRAM AT NIKE AND A WIN-AT-ALL-COSTS CORPORATE CULTURERACHEL KINGOCTOBER 6, 2020FORTUNE
He caught himself in the act of listening to you too credulously—and that seemed to him unmanly and dishonorable.
CONFIDENCEHENRY JAMES
The incident alarmed the English government, and their contemptible and dishonorable manœuvres secured Garibaldi's departure.
THE LIFE OF MAZZINIBOLTON KING
I should set you no dangerous or dishonorable task, of course, Ray.
THE DIAMOND COTERIELAWRENCE L. LYNCH
It was not like her—not even like the Marishka who had chosen to call him dishonorable.
THE SECRET WITNESSGEORGE GIBBS
Most of his English counsellors dissuaded him from accepting conditions so disadvantageous and dishonorable.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND IN THREE VOLUMES, VOL.I., PART E.DAVID HUME
He had presumed to make dishonorable overtures to Balboa's Indian wife.
SOUTH AMERICAN FIGHTS AND FIGHTERSCYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY
And at the same time commerce was despised as dishonorable and industry merely tolerated as a necessary evil.
WHERE HALF THE WORLD IS WAKING UPCLARENCE POE
The first thought that came to his mind was that of the dishonorable act he had committed the night before.
BROTHER JACQUES (NOVELS OF PAUL DE KOCK, VOLUME XVII)CHARLES PAUL DE KOCK
Stealing, even among themselves, was not considered very dishonorable.
MARY AND ISTEPHEN RETURN RIGGS
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