Pronunciation of Dishonest
/dɪsˈɒnɪst/, /dɪsˈɒnɪst/, /d_ɪ_s_ˈɒ_n_ɪ_s_t/
Antonyms for dishonest:
Synonyms for dishonest:
grubby, knavish, Canting, machiavellian, wily, faithless, unreliable, foxy, shifty, slippery, shonky, unethical, fast-talking, disreputable, sleazy, tricksy, unprincipled, fly-by-night, lowdown, unworthy, conniving.
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.
double-faced, felonious, Prevaricating, hypocritical, Deceiving, crafty, unscrupulous, dishonorable, immoral, traitorous, fraudulent, turncoat, deceitful, corrupt, insincere, treacherous, underhanded, devious, crooked, untrustworthy, cheating.
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.
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.
Usage examples for dishonest:
- But honest or dishonest, she was sure he could love no one; and she strove to recall his face. - "Muslin", George Moore.
- It's that other thing- that the papers say- that he was a defaulter- dishonest. - "The Quality of Mercy", W. D. Howells.
- The dishonest merchant was now very much frightened. - "Journeys Through Bookland V2", Charles H. Sylvester.