ddishonour, diishonour, dishhonour, dishomour, dishonnour, dishonou, dishonourr, dishonouur, dishonuor, dishoonoour, disshonour, dizhonour, ishonour
Dishonour — synonyms, definition
1. dishonour (a) Brit, Cdn
2. dishonour (Noun) Brit, Cdn
abasement affront blame blemish blot contempt degradation desecration discredit disfavour disgrace disrepute flaw humiliation ignominy indignity infamy insult mark obloquy • • •
dishonour (Noun) — A state of shame or disgrace.
ex. "he was resigned to a life of dishonour"
dishonour (Noun) — Lacking honour or integrity.
2 types of
corruptness discredit disesteem disgrace disrepute ignominy infamy opprobrium shame
3. dishonour (Verb) Brit, Cdn
abase abuse affront assault attaint belittle besmirch blaspheme blemish brand contaminate crash debase defame default defile deflower degrade desecrate deteriorate • • •
dishonour (Verb) — Bring shame or dishonour upon.
ex. "he dishonoured his family by committing a serious crime"
dishonour (Verb) — Force (someone) to have sex against their will.
ex. "The woman was dishonoured on her way home at night"
dishonour (Verb) — Refuse to accept.
ex. "dishonour checks and drafts"
9 types of
assail assault attack decline pass up refuse reject set on turn down
befoul defile foul gang-rape maculate