- a state of shame or disgrace
- bring shame or disgrace on；violate the chastity of (a woman); rape
verb: dishonour, 3rd person present: dishonours, gerund or present participle: dishonouring, past tense: dishonoured, past participle: dishonoured
- 1. a state of shame or disgrace:
they have brought dishonor upon our family
- 1. bring shame or disgrace on:
the mayor dishonors his good battle by resorting to sniping
- 2. violate the chastity of (a woman); rape:
she was now unworthy of his notice, having been dishonored by Casim
- 3. fail to observe or respect (an agreement or principle):
the community has its own principles it can itself honor or dishonor
- 4. refuse to accept or pay (a check or a promissory note):
payment was by a check which was later dishonored
- n.a state of shame or disgrace:
- they have brought dishonour upon our family
- v.bring shame or disgrace on:
- the ceremony was undertaken if a pupil had done something to dishonour the school
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