Definition of dishonorably in English:

dishonorably

(British dishonourably)

adverb

See dishonorable

  • ‘I think I have a much more tempestuous and eventful amorous life than the average middle-class citizen, but I wouldn't agree that I necessarily behaved dishonourably.’
  • ‘I acted dishonourably and now is the time to act honourably.’
  • ‘Part of him, the public servant, knows that he is acting dishonourably, but his conscience tells him that he has no other option.’
  • ‘Did he act dishonorably, is that what you are saying?’
  • ‘Taking away an honor from those who have acted dishonorably is not offensive - it's retaining them in a position of honor that is offensive.’

Pronunciation

dishonorably

/disˈän(ə)rəblē/ /dɪsˈɑn(ə)rəbli/