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Dishonest vs. Dishonestness

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Dishonestadjective

Not honest.

Dishonestnessnoun

The state or quality of being dishonest.

Dishonestadjective

Interfering with honesty.

Dishonestadjective

(obsolete) Dishonourable; shameful; indecent; unchaste; lewd.

Dishonestadjective

(obsolete) Dishonoured; disgraced; disfigured.

Dishonestadjective

Dishonorable; shameful; indecent; unchaste; lewd.

‘Inglorious triumphs and dishonest scars.’; ‘Speak no foul or dishonest words before them [the women].’;

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Dishonestadjective

Dishonored; disgraced; disfigured.

‘Dishonest with lopped arms the youth appears,Spoiled of his nose and shortened of his ears.’;

Dishonestadjective

Wanting in honesty; void of integrity; faithless; disposed to cheat or defraud; not trustworthy; as, a dishonest man.

Dishonestadjective

Characterized by fraud; indicating a want of probity; knavish; fraudulent; unjust.

‘To get dishonest gain.’; ‘The dishonest profits of men in office.’;

Dishonestverb

To disgrace; to dishonor; as, to dishonest a maid.

‘I will no longer dishonest my house.’;

Dishonestadjective

deceptive or fraudulent; disposed to cheat or defraud or deceive

Dishonestadjective

lacking honesty and oblivious to what is honorable

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Dishonestadjective

lacking truthfulness;

‘a dishonest answer’;

Dishonestadjective

capable of being corrupted;

‘corruptible judges’; ‘dishonest politicians’; ‘a purchasable senator’; ‘a venal police officer’;

Dishonestadjective

behaving or prone to behave in an untrustworthy, deceitful, or insincere way

‘he was a dishonest hypocrite prepared to exploit his family’;

Dishonestadjective

intended to mislead or cheat

‘he gave the editor a dishonest account of events’;

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