dishonorable


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meriting or causing shame or dishonor

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SOCRATES: Are we to say that we are never intentionally to do wrong, or that in one way we ought and in another way we ought not to do wrong, or is doing wrong always evil and dishonorable, as I was just now saying, and as has been already acknowledged by us?
There was nothing extravagant in a forecast of that kind, and certainly nothing dishonorable.
Curiously enough, his pain in the affair beforehand had consisted almost entirely in the sense that he must seem dishonorable, and sink in the opinion of the Garths: he had not occupied himself with the inconvenience and possible injury that his breach might occasion them, for this exercise of the imagination on other people's needs is not common with hopeful young gentlemen.
I have the books yet; two little, stout volumes in fine print, with the marks of wear on them, but without those dishonorable blots, or those other injuries which boys inflict upon books in resentment of their dulness, or out of mere wantonness.
Whatever faults and vices were Carl von Horn's cowardice was not one of them, and it was without an instant's hesitation that he had elected to return to succor the girl he believed to have returned to camp, although he entertained no scruples regarding the further pursuit of his dishonorable intentions toward her, should he succeed in saving her from her other enemies.
Yet I do not believe that he is capable of a dishonorable action.
I see what you are about, dear child," said Rabourdin; "but the game you are playing is just as dishonorable as the real thing that is going on around us.
He lied, he stole, he did all sorts of dishonorable things to put bread into my mouth and into the mouths of my brothers and sisters.
Many people think that there is something dishonorable in assisting the law to take its course.
The Flea jumped so high that nobody could see where he went to; so they all asserted he had not jumped at all; and that was dishonorable.
I don't know why there aren't laws against such base, dishonorable people.
It was a critical point and I couldn't keep silent on the crime, degeneration and dishonorable enrichment.
An A1C was sentenced to eight months confinement, a dishonorable discharge and forfeiture of $1,516 per month for eight months, and reduction to E-1 for raping his sleeping male roommate.
The Moving Picture Institute will also give dishonorable mention to films that have done a disservice to liberty.
Washington, November 2 ( ANI ): Charlie Sheen has slammed his former wife Brooke Mueller's lawyer team and has said that the judge who jails him is "a fat, dishonorable douchebag.