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Adjective: dishonoured  dis'ó-nu(r)d
Usage: Brit, Cdn (US: dishonored)
  1. Suffering shame
    "In particular, the bill must not be overdue or known to be dishonoured";
    - discredited, disgraced, dishonored [US], shamed
Verb: dishonour  dis'ó-nu(r)
Usage: Brit, Cdn (US: dishonor)
  1. Bring shame or dishonour upon
    "he dishonoured his family by committing a serious crime";
    - dishonor [US], disgrace, attaint [archaic], shame
  2. Refuse to accept
    "dishonour checks and drafts";
    - dishonor [US]
  3. [Brit, Cdn, archaic] Force (someone) to have sex against their will
    "The woman was dishonoured on her way home at night";
    - rape, ravish [archaic], violate, assault, dishonor [US, archaic], outrage

See also: ashamed

Type of: assail, assault, attack, decline, pass up, refuse, reject, set on, turn down

Antonym: reward

Encyclopedia: Dishonoured