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What is another word for dishonours?

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Verb
To bring shame or disgrace upon
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“Am I to believe that Mary would thus dishonor my good name? No, no, this cannot be.”
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To mistreat or do an injustice to
“To sweep it under the carpet and pretend it never happened would only dishonor those, the majority, who are a credit to the country they serve.”
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To treat with irreverence or disrespect, especially something sacred
“When there was revelry, a tapestry curtain was drawn across the niche lest an obscene oath should dishonor the shrine.”
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To break or renege on an agreement
“If he wishes to convey the idea that we are entitled to dishonor the agreement, regardless of our obligations, he is counseling loose conduct in our public engagements.”
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To violate or rape someone
“He scuttles all the ships he boards, dishonors the women, and murders the crew.”
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To make hurtful and untrue comments about
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To speak to or treat with disrespect or scornful abuse
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To refuse to fulfill an agreement or obligation
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To cause pain through mistreatment
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To fail to fulfill an obligation or payment
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To express disapproval of
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Plural for a state of shame or disgrace
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“I decided way back at the beginning, that the work I did would never bring dishonor to my father's name.”
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Plural for a lack of integrity or honesty in one's actions or character
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“Do not imagine I have acted with dishonor, or that I have basely endeavored to steal the affections of a lovely girl.”
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Plural for an insult or affront, or something considered or interpreted as one
“He considered it a dishonor for him, for his character, for his principles. It was completely inconceivable that he should be forced to live in this manner.”
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Plural for the quality or state of being crude or vulgar
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Plural for deceitfulness shown in someone's character or behavior
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Plural for an act of disrespect or impiety towards something considered sacred
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Plural for disrespect
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Plural for a feeling of having committed wrong or failed in an obligation
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Plural for the act of forcing a person to engage in unwanted lascivious activity, especially intercourse
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