dishonored[ dis-on-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF dishonored
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISHONORED
Mortimer felt like one dead, indeed as a dishonored man he were better dead.
You have dishonored and disgraced me; I am ashamed to look my neighbors in the face.
If I thought anything else, Fagan, should be dishonored in making this request of you.
Are you satisfied to fill the dishonored grave of a criminal?
They had dishonored their fathers and mothers, and wives and sweethearts.
Have I not proclaimed her, from one end of Europe to the other, dishonored?
I avoided the gibbet which, however, should not have dishonored me as I should only have been hung.
The flag of their country was trailed in the dust, and dishonored in the sight of the nations.
Rankin wondered whether the dishonored soul could be far away.
Did I care for what is termed reputation, it is by other circumstances that I should be dishonored.