dishonest


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given to or marked by deliberate concealment or misrepresentation of the truth

marked by dishonesty, especially in matters of public trust

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capable of being corrupted

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thou desperate Object," cried the Dishonest Gain; "these beautiful private grounds are no place for such work as thine.
Then thou art a happy man," said the Dishonest Gain, "and thy bleeding head is but mere dissembling.
He does not call it a dishonest action but 'the impulse of a noble despair'; 'a negation'; or the devil knows what
SOCRATES: And the non-acquisition of gold and silver in a dishonest manner for oneself or another, or in other words the want of them, may be equally virtue?
He doesn't want the money, it is work he wants, though it is beastly work--dull country, dishonest natives, an eternal fidget over fresh water and food.
That would be dishonest, that would be false, that would be deceiving myself and others.
To begin with, the entire judgment is premised on the Supreme Court's earlier judgment of July 28, 2017, in which it proceeded to judge Sharif as dishonest based on extremely creative reasoning: that whilst being a resident permit holder of the UAE, Sharif held a position in a company belonging to his son and was eligible to draw a salary, which he didn't, which therefore became his receivable asset, which he didn't declare when filing his nomination papers in 2013.
Justice Ijaz ul Ahsan remarked the legislators don't want that a dishonest person takes part in legislation.
A dishonest person cannot be termed 'honest' after five days.
A GOC fitness to practise committee found Mr Cross' conduct was financially motivated and dishonest.
IS there a contradiction or conflict between the two separate Supreme Court judgements, one holding Nawaz Sharif as dishonest, the other holding Imran Khan as not dishonest?
MANY employers have turned away a candidate for a job after discovering dishonest or exaggerated information on a CV, a new study has found.
Trump in a tweet stated, "Heading back to Washington after working hard and watching some of the worst and most dishonest Fake News reporting I have ever seen.
But an internal investigation - where the burden of proof is lower - has ruled it is likely he was repeatedly dishonest in the actions that led to Jack Beecham's prosecution.
That was because the panel did not find she was dishonest in doing this.