1. a state of shame or disgrace;
2. lacking honor or integrity
1. bring shame or dishonor upon;
2. force (someone) to have sex against their will;
3. refuse to accept;
She refuses to see her beloved boy die in such dishonor.
What he had done brought dishonor to the family.
His desertion to the enemy was a dishonor to his family.
He was a dishonor to his regiment.
Death was considered vastly preferable to dishonor.
His desertion from the army brought dishonor on his family.
I offered him no dishonor.
Bofore the ink was dry on the Paris Agreement they began to dishonor their solemn obligations.
When pride comes, then comes dishonor ; But wisdom is with the humble.
He was principled and 5 straightforward in my world of dishonor and lies.
You about the law, do you dishonor God by breaking the law?
The wise will inherit honor, But fools display dishonor.
Then do your best to keep our name free from dishonor.
A mark of disgrace or dishonor ; a reproach or slur.
For myself, I would rather go hungry than dishonor myself for money.
There is relatively little information about dishonor, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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