Dishonorable (adjective)

Not in accordance with principles of honor; shamefully or disgracefully wicked.


From the old french desonorable, from the latin dishonorus, meaning "dishonored, infamous".


  1. The dishonorable actions of the politician caused widespread public outrage.
  2. The dishonorable behavior of the soldier was a severe breach of military discipline.
  3. The dishonorable conduct of the CEO was a major factor in the company's downfall.
  4. The dishonorable treatment of the refugees was a clear violation of international law.
  5. The dishonorable way in which the contract was signed made it invalid in the eyes of the court.
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