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Definition of "dishonorably" [dishonorably]

  • In a dishonorable manner. (adverb)

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Use "dishonorably" in a sentence
  • "Still putting out the O'Reilly fires of me being a traitor and using Casey's name dishonorably, my in-laws sent out a press statement disagreeing with me in strong terms; which is totally okay with me, because they barely knew Casey."
  • "In this week's column, "A Stand Up President", he tells us that, of course the problem w/Nicaragua was that the US govt stopped funding the Contras, not that Reagan "dishonorably" not impeachably went behind everyone's back to fund them, in contradiction to the law."
  • "He later "dishonorably" tried to take credit for helping it pass even though he was one of the biggest opponent to the bill ...."