dishonourably


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Adv.1.dishonourably - in a dishonorable manner or to a dishonorable degree; "his grades were disgracefully low"
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بصورةٍ مُخْزِيَه للعاريَجْلِبُ العار، يُخْزي
nečestnězneuctítzostudit
vanærevanærende
smánarlega
alçakçanamusuna leke sürmekrezil etmekşerefsizce

dishonourably

dishonorably (US) [dɪsˈɒnərəblɪ] ADVdeshonrosamente
to be dishonourably dischargedser dado de baja con deshonor or por conducta deshonrosa
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dishonourably

[dɪsˈɒnərəbli] (British) dishonorably (US) adv [act, behave] → de façon déshonorantedish rack n (= drainer) → égouttoir m à vaisselledish soap n (US)liquide m vaisselledish towel dishtowel [ˈdɪʃtaʊəl] (US) ntorchon m, torchon m à vaisselle
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dishonourably

, (US) dishonorably
advunehrenhaft
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dishonourably

dishonorably (Am) [dɪsˈɒnərəblɪ] advdisonorevolmente
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

dishonour

(disˈonə) (American) dishonor noun
disgrace; shame.
dishonourable , (American) dishonorable adjectivedishonourably adverb , (American) dishonorably verb
to cause shame to. You have dishonoured your family by your actions!
disˈhonourable adjective
a dishonourable action.
disˈhonourably adverb
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References in classic literature ?
With silent indignation Fanny repeated to herself, "Never happier!--never happier than when doing what you must know was not justifiable!--never happier than when behaving so dishonourably and unfeelingly!
The world had treated her so dishonourably that she had no notion even of what mere decency of feeling is like.
Speaker George Okode said it was unfortunate for a member of the assembly to behave dishonourably.
At Ipswich Crown Court, Judge Levett said Hartley was dishonourably discharged from the Army in 2010 after testing positive for cocaine, then pretended to have served in the Parachute Regiment.
She added "It's worrying that people in a position where they seek and get respect, can behave so dishonourably - to use his words - and disrespectfully."
at the heroes' cemetery, as Marcos was dishonourably discharged by the People Power revolution.
Promises may be forgotten, dishonourably or otherwise, by those who make them but they are never forgotten or lost sight of by those to whom or for whose benefit they are made.
Results do matter, but it is better to lose honourably than win dishonourably,' Hun Sen said, drawing loud appreciation from the gathering.
You cannot purport to be an honourable minister and you act dishonourably. Nobody is greater than the party.
One, Ratan Sen is not dishonourably killed by Khalji.
The list of 'dishonourably discharged' individuals is long and it keeps growing as they manage to stage a comeback under new MCs.
It comes after an announcement last week that more than 1,700 military personnel had been dishonourably discharged for their role in the putsch, which saw a faction of the armed forces commandeer tanks, helicopters and warplanes in an attempt to topple the government.