dishonorably


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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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Birdsong had apparently served in the unit, but not since 2001, when he was dishonorably discharged after being found to possess child pornography.
Kurt Semco, a dishonorably discharged Special Forces vet, tows his car out of a ditch, and the two become fast friends.
After 20 years of loyal service, Perry was dishonorably discharged for being gay.
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.
Fabrizio Bracciolini, wounded seriously in the nose, accused sword-wielding Mariotto Cellesi, allegedly backed by four others, of dishonorably ambushing him without any formal challenge.
So many people are so negative about what they got themselves into that they end up getting out dishonorably.
Any person in possession of a gun who is a fugitive from another state, under indictment for a felony, subject to a restraining order, dishonorably discharged, or a drug user or addict falls within the prosecutorial jurisdiction of Project Exile.
It's a solid kick in the stomach to hear a disgraced soldier - infected with AIDS and dishonorably discharged - recount his Marine father's request that he change his name.
He also wrote in support of a homosexual who had been dishonorably discharged from the navy.
He had been dishonorably discharged and served eight months in jail for possession of child pornography.