Synonyms for dishonorably

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Lee behaved as cowardly in this transaction as he had dishonorably in every other.

Panoukian had acted dirtily and dishonorably: he should be hounded out, hounded out.

She taxed him instantly with dishonorably abusing her confidence.

The captains had the selection of their men, and the right to dishonorably discharge at will.

The Captain was court-martialed and dishonorably dismissed from the service.

In all, he was dishonorably discharged from the service seven times.

I didn't imagine that I should ever love as other people do—insanely, madly, dishonorably—anythingly to be with the one I loved.

The stranger gave those people his confidence, and they dishonorably treated him in return.

She is dishonorably discharged from court, and in despair, she flees to the convent at Chaillot.

His teacher spoke cold (coldly) to him after she found he had acted dishonorable (dishonorably).

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