dishonorable

[ dis-on-er-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF dishonorable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISHONORABLE

Not half so dishonorable as marrying her when I don't love her.

Nor did he try to gloss over or strive to nullify his own dishonorable actions.

The Iroquois chiefs would not lead the young men in an enterprise which they deemed so dishonorable.

He paced the ground before his lodge in dishonorable incertitude.

And yet, not to keep it when I have sworn to do so is dishonorable.

They are not dishonorable; they are merely hardy and can see no distinctions.

In public or in private Disraeli never did a dishonorable action.

But he shook his head; that would be dishonorable and unworthy of him.

No man should marry one woman when he loves another; it is dishonorable.

I hope I'll never do anything underhanded or dishonorable again.

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