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Word: dishonor

Definition: disgrace; N. ADJ. dishonorable


Sentences Containing 'dishonor'

That this combination of preacher and gray mare should breed calamity, seems strange, and at first glance unbelievable; but the fact is fortified by so much unassailable proof that to doubt is to dishonor reason.
The`cub'pilot is early admonished to despise all perils connected with a pilot's calling, and to prefer any sort of death to the deep dishonor of deserting his post while there is any possibility of his being useful in it.
``He is reduced almost to the last extremity nay, he is almost at the point of dishonor.''
Then do your best to keep our name free from dishonor.
cried Albert;``they will pass as slowly as three centuries when I am all the time suffering dishonor.''
``Yet he considered you the cause of his father's dishonor, the cause of the fearful ruin which has fallen on my house.''
``I mean that the wife of the first magistrate in the capital shall not, by her infamy, soil an unblemished name; that she shall not, with one blow, dishonor her husband and her child.''

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