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dishonor

[ dis-on-er ]
/ dɪsˈɒn ər /
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noun
verb (used with object)
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Also especially British, dis·hon·our .

Origin of dishonor

1250–1300; Middle English dishonour (noun), dishonouren (v.) <Anglo-French, Old French; see dis-1, honor

synonym study for dishonor

1, 2. See disgrace.

OTHER WORDS FROM dishonor

dis·hon·or·er, nounun·dis·hon·ored, adjective
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