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dishonor

dis·hon·or

dishonor

 
pronunciation:
dIs a nr
parts of speech:
noun, transitive verb
part of speech: noun
definition 1: loss of honor or reputation.
synonyms:
disgrace, infamy, shame
antonyms:
honor
similar words:
degradation, discredit, ignominy, obloquy
definition 2: the state of being without honor or respect.
He ended his days in dishonor.
synonyms:
disgrace, humiliation, ignominy
antonyms:
honor
similar words:
discredit, disrepute, infamy, opprobrium
definition 3: that which causes loss of honor.
It does you a dishonor to be named among that pack of scoundrels.
synonyms:
discredit, disgrace, reproach
antonyms:
honor
similar words:
affront, disfavor, indignity, insult, opprobrium
 
part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: dishonored, dishonoring, dishonors
definition 1: to cause to lose honor or reputation; disgrace; shame.
synonyms:
abase, demean, discredit, disgrace, humiliate, shame
antonyms:
exalt, honor
similar words:
besmirch, blacken, debase, defame, defile, degrade, denigrate, disparage, foul, mortify, put to shame, reproach, slander, stain, sully, tarnish, vilify
definition 2: to subject to insult or indignity.
synonyms:
belittle, degrade, denigrate, deprecate, depreciate, disparage, insult
antonyms:
exalt, honor
similar words:
asperse, deride, libel, mock, put to shame, reproach, ridicule, slander, slur, stigmatize
derivation: dishonorer (n.)