How To Spell dishonour?

Correct spelling: dishonour

What are the common typos for dishonour?

  • dishomour,
  • djshonour,
  • dishohour,
  • diashonour,
  • djishonour,
  • d8ishonour,
  • dishono7r,
  • dishonouf,
  • disxhonour,
  • cdishonour,
  • dishlnour,
  • dishonout,
  • disbonour,
  • sishonour,
  • disdhonour,
  • diehonour,
  • disahonour,
  • d9ishonour,
  • dxishonour,
  • doshonour,
  • dishonpur,
  • sdishonour,
  • dishoniur,
  • dizhonour,
  • dishonohr,
  • eishonour,
  • dixhonour,
  • rdishonour,
  • disuonour,
  • rishonour,
  • disnonour,
  • didshonour,
  • dishpnour,
  • dioshonour,
  • dizshonour,
  • dikshonour,
  • dishonkur,
  • dishon9ur,
  • xishonour,
  • dfishonour,
  • diwhonour,
  • dishonoud,
  • dushonour,
  • disgonour,
  • didhonour,
  • disjonour,
  • disyonour,
  • doishonour,
  • diahonour,
  • cishonour,
  • dishon0ur,
  • dishonlur,
  • dsishonour,
  • dishonoue,
  • deishonour,
  • fishonour,
  • dishonou5,
  • dishono8r,
  • edishonour,
  • xdishonour,
  • dish9nour,
  • dishknour,
  • diushonour,
  • dijshonour,
  • dishonoyr,
  • dkshonour,
  • d9shonour,
  • dishonou4,
  • dishinour,
  • diszhonour,
  • dish0nour,
  • di9shonour,
  • dixshonour,
  • dishonojr,
  • d8shonour,
  • di8shonour,
  • duishonour,
  • dcishonour,
  • dkishonour,
  • drishonour,
  • dishojour,
  • dishobour,
  • fdishonour.

What is the definition of dishonour?

  1. assault sexually; force to have sex

Google Ngram Viewer results for dishonour:

This graph shows how "dishonour" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

What are the usage examples for dishonour?

  1. Alas, said King Arthur, that was great dishonour to Sir Palomides, inasmuch as Sir Tristram was sore wounded, and now may we all, kings, and knights, and men of worship, say that Sir Tristram may be called a noble knight, and one of the best knights that ever I saw the days of my life. – Le Morte D'Arthur, Volume I (of II) King Arthur and of his Noble Knights of the Round Table by Thomas Malory
  2. " Hasty and ill- advised, and of such a character as to bring dishonour on the only true Kirk in Scotland, has such an action been. – The Lilac Sunbonnet by S.R. Crockett
  3. I have been paid and rewarded, and I consider myself retained; and that I can't do otherwise than serve as required, when I can do so without dishonour that is to say, as long as I have health and strength to enable me to serve. – The English Constitution by Walter Bagehot
  4. Only once could a man feel the love that passed all things, the love before which the world was but a spark in a draught of wind; the love that, whatever dishonour grief, and unrest it might come through, alone had in it the heart of peace and joy and honour. – The Dark Flower by John Galsworthy
  5. Detained he must be, for the present, in dishonour if not in honour: for he knows too much of my affairs to be allowed to see Leclerc. – The Hour and the Man An Historical Romance by Harriet Martineau
  6. Sir Lionel Trevalyon will pardon me for saying he was wrong in wearing the mantle of dishonour for another; the lining, a good motive, was unseen by the jealous eye of society, hence, when the lash was put into her hands by revenge or envy, her motive power, it, the lash, went down; Sir Lionel Trevalyon has had his punishment. – A Heart-Song of To-day by Annie Gregg Savigny
  7. To beg of thee, it is my more dishonour than thee of them. – The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown
  8. His bed dishonour and his house betray? – The Odyssey of Homer by Homer, translated by Alexander Pope
  9. Was it possible that he was now called upon to choose between the woman he hated and the woman he loved, between honour and dishonour – Who? by Elizabeth Kent
  10. Not under the shadow of dishonour could she spend her days. – The Lovels of Arden by M. E. Braddon

What are the quotes for dishonour?

  1. Do no dishonour to the earth least you dishonour the spirit of man.
  2. Indeed, I was so afraid to dishonour my friends and family by my indiscreet actions, that I rather chose to be accounted a fool, than to be thought rude or wanton.
  3. Neither do I think that I ever put any dishonour upon you.

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