showing lack of honor or integrity; ignoble; base; disgraceful; shameful: Cheating is dishonorable.
having no honor or good repute; unprincipled; disreputable: a dishonorable man.
Also especially British, dis·hon·our·a·ble.Related formsdis·hon·or·a·ble·ness, noundis·hon·or·a·bly, adverb
Synonyms for dishonorable
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Examples from the Web for dishonourable
Historical Examples of dishonourable
"If you think it dishonourable or dishonest—" said Beaufort, irresolutely.
It is quite as honourable, or dishonourable, which ever it may be, as any other branch of business.
It would be dishonourable, and he is, so far as I know, an honourable man of business.
If it does do dishonourable things, I prefer to know nothing about them.
For convention says that 'injustice is dishonourable,' but nature says that 'might is right.'
British Dictionary definitions for dishonourable
Derived Formsdishonourableness or US dishonorableness, noundishonourably or US dishonorably, adverb
characterized by or causing dishonour or discredit
having little or no integrity; unprincipled
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