adverb as in falsely
He enlisted in the Navy in 2001 but was dishonorably discharged for misconduct two years later, according to CNN.
The rest served prison sentences “at hard labor” and were dishonorably discharged.
But it seems he acted dishonorably, deserved punishment, and may have committed suicide because of his guilt and self-loathing.
Another unreasonable love is that which a woman feels for a man who has really treated her dishonorably.
I didn't imagine that I should ever love as other people do—insanely, madly, dishonorably—anythingly to be with the one I loved.
He was then sent back to formally disband the company, which he did July 28, and they were dishonorably discharged.
The veriest vagrant, who comes honestly by his poverty, is a nobler being than he who comes dishonorably by his wealth.
Selim, thou hast acted dishonorably in ensnaring Hania's heart.
On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dishonorably, such as: maliciously, basely, behind one's back, crookedly, dishonestly, and disloyally.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.