dishonorable

Disreputable vs Dishonorable - What's the difference?

disreputable | dishonorable | Synonyms |

Disreputable is a synonym of dishonorable.


As adjectives the difference between disreputable and dishonorable

is that disreputable is not respectable, lacking repute; discreditable while dishonorable is without honor, or causing dishonor.

As a noun disreputable

is a person who is not reputable.

Dishonorable vs Infamous - What's the difference?

dishonorable | infamous | Related terms |

Dishonorable is a related term of infamous.


As adjectives the difference between dishonorable and infamous

is that dishonorable is without honor, or causing dishonor while infamous is having a bad reputation, disreputable; of bad report; notoriously vile; detestable; widely known, especially for something bad.

Dishonorable vs Scandalous - What's the difference?

dishonorable | scandalous | Related terms |

Dishonorable is a related term of scandalous.


As adjectives the difference between dishonorable and scandalous

is that dishonorable is without honor, or causing dishonor while scandalous is wrong, immoral, causing a scandal.

Spiritless vs Dishonorable - What's the difference?

spiritless | dishonorable | Related terms |

Spiritless is a related term of dishonorable.


As adjectives the difference between spiritless and dishonorable

is that spiritless is lacking energy, drive, motivation or emotion enervated while dishonorable is without honor, or causing dishonor.

Taxonomy vs Dishonorable - What's the difference?

taxonomy | dishonorable |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective dishonorable is

without honor, or causing dishonor.

Dishonorable vs Vile - What's the difference?

dishonorable | vile |


As adjectives the difference between dishonorable and vile

is that dishonorable is without honor, or causing dishonor while vile is morally low; base; despicable.

Dishonorable vs Dishonorableness - What's the difference?

dishonorable | dishonorableness |


As an adjective dishonorable

is without honor, or causing dishonor.

As a noun dishonorableness is

the property of being dishonorable.

Leg vs Dishonorable - What's the difference?

leg | dishonorable |


As a noun leg

is the lower limb of a human being or animal that extends from the groin to the ankle.

As a verb leg

is to put a series of three or more options strikes into the stock market.

As an adjective dishonorable is

without honor, or causing dishonor.

Dishonorable vs Dishonorably - What's the difference?

dishonorable | dishonorably |


As an adjective dishonorable

is without honor, or causing dishonor.

As an adverb dishonorably is

in a dishonorable manner.

Principle vs Dishonorable - What's the difference?

principle | dishonorable |


As a noun principle

is a fundamental assumption.

As a verb principle

is to equip with principles; to establish, or fix, in certain principles; to impress with any tenet or rule of conduct.

As an adjective dishonorable is

without honor, or causing dishonor.

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