HyperDic: dishonorable

English > 2 senses of the word dishonorable:
ADJECTIVEalldishonorable, dishonourablelacking honor or integrity
alldishonorable, dishonestdeceptive or fraudulent
dishonorable > pronunciation
Rhymesabdominal ... zoological: 2115 rhymes with ahl...
English > dishonorable: 2 senses > adjective 1
Meaninglacking honor or integrity; deserving dishonor.
Example"dishonorable in thought and deed"
Attribute ofhonorableness, honourablenessThe quality of deserving honor or respect
Narrowerblack, disgraceful, ignominious, inglorious, opprobrious, shameful(used of conduct or character) deserving or bringing disgrace or shame
debasing, degradingUsed of conduct
shabbymean / mean and unworthy and despicable
unprincipledHaving little or no integrity
yellowcowardly or treacherous
See alsodishonest, dishonorabledeceptive or fraudulent
disreputablelacking respectability in character or behavior or appearance
ignobleCompletely lacking nobility in character or quality or purpose
ingloriousnot bringing honor and glory
unjustviolating / violating principles of justice
unworthylacking in value or merit
Oppositehonorable, honourableworthy of being honored
Nounsdishonorablenessthe quality of not deserving honor or respect
Adverbsdishonorably, dishonourablyin a dishonorable manner or to a dishonorable degree
dishonorablywith dishonor
dishonorablyin a dishonorable manner
English > dishonorable: 2 senses > adjective 2
Meaningdeceptive or fraudulent; disposed to cheat or defraud or deceive.
Narrowerambidextrous, deceitful, double-dealing, duplicitous, Janus-faced, two-faced, double-faced, double-tonguedmarked by deliberate deceptiveness especially by pretending one set of feelings and acting under the influence of another
beguilingmisleading by means of pleasant or alluring methods
deceitful, fallacious, fraudulentIntended to deceive
deceptive, misleadingDesigned to deceive or mislead either deliberately or inadvertently
falsedesigned to deceive / deceive
picaresqueInvolving clever rogues or adventurers especially as in a type of fiction
rascally, roguish, scoundrelly, blackguardlylacking principles or scruples
shadyOf questionable honesty or legality
thieving, thievishgiven to thievery
See alsocrooked, corruptnot straight
dishonorable, dishonourablelacking honor or integrity
falsenot in accordance with the fact or reality or actuality
insincerelacking sincerity
untrustworthy, untrustynot worthy of trust / trust or belief
untruthfulnot expressing or given to expressing the truth
Oppositehonest, honorablenot disposed to cheat or defraud
Spanishdeshonesto, deshonroso, insincero
Nounsdishonorablenessthe quality of not deserving honor or respect

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