Pronunciation of Dishonorable
/dɪsˈɒnəɹəbə͡l/, /dɪsˈɒnəɹəbəl/, /d_ɪ_s_ˈɒ_n_ə_ɹ_ə_b_əl/
Synonyms for dishonorable:
Other synonyms and related words:
fallacious, black, vile, debasing, duplicitous, unworthy, ignominious, low, thieving, rascally, paltry, blackguardly, disgraceful, deceptive, foul, unrespectable, shoddy, Low-minded, false, misleading, Double dealing, two-faced, shabby, snide, execrable, sly, opprobrious, ignoble, currish, base, dishonourable, outrageous, bribable, despicable, picaresque, janus-faced, thievish, wrong, double-tongued, detestable, dirty, obscure, unsung, sordid, degrading, inglorious, beguiling, unknown, low-down, unprincipled, mean, roguish, wretched, yellow, scoundrelly, nasty, purchasable, unfair, shy, ambidextrous, unethical, discreditable, shameful, venal.
deceitful, immoral, untrustworthy, crooked, dishonest, fraudulent, double-faced, traitorous, unscrupulous, crafty, corrupt, Prevaricating, turncoat, treacherous, insincere, felonious, Deceiving, underhanded, cheating, devious, hypocritical.
shameful, corrupt (adjective)
deceitful, ignoble, shabby, untrustworthy, unrespectable, fraudulent, ignominious, treacherous, infamous, low, blackguardly, crooked, contemptible, disreputable, despicable, unprincipled, devious, discreditable, unscrupulous, base, shady, disgraceful, inglorious.
Sense 2 (noun)
false, debasing, thievish, fraudulent, shameful, deceitful, wrong, opprobrious, unprincipled, thieving, beguiling, black, dishonest, janus-faced, obscure, base, rascally, two-faced, yellow, double-tongued, unsung, blackguardly, ambidextrous, unethical, immoral, double-faced, duplicitous, scoundrelly, misleading, inglorious, shabby, roguish, ignominious, disgraceful, degrading, picaresque, unknown, deceptive, fallacious.
Usage examples for dishonorable:
- " Oh," but says some young man here to- night, " I have been told all my life that if a person has money he is very dishonest and dishonorable and mean and contemptible." - "Acres of Diamonds", Russell H. Conwell.
- I love good discipline, but there's one thing wrong with the service, and that is, the ease with which a dishonorable officer can render the life of his subordinate miserable. - "Dave Darrin at Vera Cruz", H. Irving Hancock.