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Dishonest

Pronunciation of Dishonest
/dɪsˈɒnɪst/, /dɪsˈɒnɪst/, /d_ɪ_s_ˈɒ_n_ɪ_s_t/

Synonyms for dishonest:

Janus-faced

janus-faced.

Sense 1

grubby, knavish, Canting, machiavellian, wily, faithless, unreliable, foxy, shifty, slippery, shonky, unethical, fast-talking, disreputable, sleazy, tricksy, unprincipled, fly-by-night, lowdown, unworthy, conniving.

Sense 2

funny, spitball, tricky, artful, lousy, cunning, mendacious, questionable, lying, dubious, shameful.

Sense 3

cheap, dodgy, shabby, manipulative.

Sense 4

bent.

Sense 5

clever.

Sense 10

low.

Sense 15

sharp.

clever

strategic.

corrupt

rotten.

crafty

sly.

deceitful

collusive.

double dealing

Double dealing.

honorable

reputable.

insincere

disingenuous.

questionable

shady.

shifty

pettifogging.

thievish

light-fingered, thievish.

treacherous

perfidious.

tricky

sneaky.

unfair

foul.

unprincipled

quack.

Other synonyms and related words:

duplicitous, perfidious, sneaky, machiavellian, unethical, insidious, two-faced, rotten, mendacious, unreliable, evasive, dodgy, bad, strategic, shabby, cunning, sinister, roguish, untruthful, disreputable, sly, thievish, foul, lying, Trustless, wily, slippery, disingenuous, knavish, picaresque, corruptible, sharp, janus-faced, blackguardly, venal, Double dealing, scoundrelly, bribable, cheap, pettifogging, dubious, double-tongued, faithless, tricky, lowdown, quack, shifty, clever, purchasable, ambidextrous, shady, funny, misleading, thieving, rascally, beguiling, for sale, Defrauding, dishonourable, artful, lousy, questionable, foxy, manipulative, fallacious, unprincipled, shameful, fly-by-night, conniving, low, bent.

all (adjective)

dishonorable.

bribable (adjective)

corruptible.

crooked (adjective)

untruthful.

deceptive (adjective)

duplicitous, evasive, insidious.

dishonest (adjective)

double-faced, felonious, Prevaricating, hypocritical, Deceiving, crafty, unscrupulous, dishonorable, immoral, traitorous, fraudulent, turncoat, deceitful, corrupt, insincere, treacherous, underhanded, devious, crooked, untrustworthy, cheating.

disingenuous (adjective)

mendacious.

evil (adjective)

sinister.

false (adjective)

deceitful, Deluding, Truthless, bogus, deceptive, counterfeit, fictional, fraudulent, false, crooked, phony.

fictitious (adjective)

fictional.

lying, untruthful (adjective)

cunning, crooked, cheating, perfidious, deceitful, unscrupulous, bent, Deceiving, corrupt, shifty, crafty, underhanded, unprincipled, sneaky, treacherous, fraudulent, mendacious, two-faced, tricky, wily, sinister, false, untrustworthy, disreputable, shady, deceptive, misleading, slippery, traitorous.

roguish (adjective)

rascally.

shady (adjective)

shady.

thievish (adjective)

thievish.

unreliable (adjective)

Trustless.

dishonest (noun)

corruptible, corrupt, beguiling, false, deceitful, unscrupulous, ambidextrous, Double dealing, blackguardly, janus-faced, bribable, thievish, two-faced, purchasable, roguish, double-tongued, duplicitous, thieving, scoundrelly, venal, misleading, double-faced, untruthful, dishonorable, fraudulent, deceptive, fallacious, picaresque, rascally.

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