Definition of 'dishonour'
Example sentences containing 'dishonour'
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She could feel just such a smile twisting her mouth, a counterfeit coin to pay a debt of dishonour. HERE BE DRAGONSThe herald had wandered off into the forest, perhaps to nurse his sense of dishonour at his lord's conduct. A TIME OF WARIt would dishonour the animals, he thought, if he refused to hunt them and partake of their life. THE BROKEN GOD
Trends of 'dishonour'
Used Occasionally. dishonour is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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