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Synonyms for dishonorably

in a dishonorable manner

with dishonor

in a dishonorable manner or to a dishonorable degree

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Kelley was not dishonorably discharged, but was given a general court-martial on two charges of domestic assault against his wife and a child, his stepson, for hitting them.
So we regret that we can and must say that the PNP, as an institution, acted dishonorably in these last few days, in three ways.
The writer of the article [then-editor Jim Kushlan] stated that the post commander at an airfield was dishonorably discharged and then drafted back into the army as a private.
Morlock, who will be dishonorably discharged from the Army, stood facing the judge and showed no emotion as he was sentenced.
Fonseka is the highest ranking officer in Sri Lanka's military history to be tried for high treason and as a result be dishonorably discharged.
CAIRO: The family of Khaled Saeid has denied allegations that he was dishonorably discharged from the army after he was discovered in possession of marijuana.
If there is a God in this world you can bet General Patrick Quirk would've had your ass dishonorably discharged from the Skate Army a very long time ago.
He had been dishonorably discharged and served eight months in jail for possession of child pornography.
After 20 years of loyal service, Perry was dishonorably discharged for being gay.
I acted dishonorably and now is the time to act honorably,'' he said.
He was also dishonorably discharged and reduced in rank to private.
Oswald, arrested in a Dallas movie theater within hours of Kennedy's killing, was a ninth-grade dropout from Louisiana who had been dishonorably discharged from the Marines.
military action he avoided by dishonorably dodging the draft.
Others restricted from holding licenses would be those dishonorably discharged from the U.
The Ministry of Justice said Mitsui was dishonorably discharged the same day.