dishonour


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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

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According to her, if a woman holding such high position can be subjected to such dishonour, then one cannot imagine the plight of a woman who is working in small public space or office space.
She added: "The shame and dishonour this brought him is perhaps a greater punishment than anything your lordship can do today.
The official added that: " Women, at times, may be subjected to long- term physical abuse for bringing perceived dishonour to her family or clan.
In the television and cable production information, cultural or historical programming category, Midlands Report - Death or Dishonour was named a Platinum award winner.
Another was wrestling with what she saw as a Biblical command not to dishonour those who have suffered by forgetting the pains inflicted upon them.
He said: "There was one obstacle which prevented them from reaching the girl - the belief of this Asian man who considered that if these men touched his daughter, this would dishonour her.
The penalty is to be implemented on those who desecrate the flag and/or dishonour the national anthem in public, as per Article 172 of the Egyptian Penal Code.
These Warrington thieves never meant to mock the dead or dishonour Britain.
He said he and President Asif Zardari had to face imprisonment but they never did any dishonour to the courts.
In the same way if you dishonour somebody then it is a kind of violence.
Plus, I didn't dishonour her or breach her modesty," M.
And the Cardiff West AM insisted that he would 'never dishonour the dead or wounded'.