His life is in his own hands, put there by you, and he must make it into a vessel of honor or dishonor.
He said that it is only a passing emotion, "an apprehension of dishonor."
Eet is not now—the last of the race—who shall confess that he haf sit at a board of disgrace and dishonor!'
I beseech you let not the truth of my dishonor be known abroad.
But his private character, like his public, knew no dishonor.
Mizora, as a nation, or an individual representative, was incapable of dishonor.
Outraged, despised, and black, she yet preferred death to dishonor.
No one ever knew, monseigneur; to speak her name was to dishonor it.
Here extremes meet; and death, whether for honor or dishonor, is all the same—death—and is reserved for desperate cases.
Like every one else, I think there should be no dishonor in examinations.
dishonor c.1300, from dis- "the opposite of" (see dis-) + honor (v.).