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Synonyms for dishonour

Synonyms for dishonour

lacking honor or integrity


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bring shame or dishonor upon

force (someone) to have sex against their will

refuse to accept

References in classic literature ?
Bethink thee thou art working against thyself, plotting thine own dishonour, devising thine own ruin.
she said, with compassion in her tone, for she had immediately reflected that the dishonour must be felt still more keenly by her husband.
Lovell Mingott had been telegraphed for, and messages were being despatched by hand to the members of the family living in New York; and meanwhile there was nothing to do but to discuss in hushed tones the consequences of Beaufort's dishonour and of his wife's unjustifiable action.
The mere idea of a woman's appealing to her family to screen her husband's business dishonour was inadmissible, since it was the one thing that the Family, as an institution, could not do.
she who could prefer death to dishonour, must have a proud and a powerful soul.
The resolution adopted by the European Parliament following the events that took place in Laayoune is a legislative catastrophe that dishonours this European institution because it voted a text without getting the version of one of the two parties to the conflict, Morocco," Claude Moniquet, president of the European Strategic Intelligence and Security Center (ESISC), said.
Hindu scholars started feeling sorry for Myers after the film picked up three dishonours at the Golden Raspberry Awards last weekend, and they're offering the comic the chance to reverse his fortunes and get Hindus back on his side.
As well as landing the Worst Film Razzie a week ago, Myers was also named the Worst Actor and he also picked up the Worst Screenplay dishonour.
Any man who prays or prophesies with his head covered dishonours his head, but any woman who prays or prophesies with her head unveiled dishonours her head .
It dishonours the officers who have given their lives to the protection of entire communities.