dishonorer
noun see dishonor I

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Dishonorer — Dis*hon or*er, n. One who dishonors or disgraces; one who treats another indignity. Milton. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dishonorer — (Amer.) n. person who dishonors, one who disgraces; person who treats another person with humiliation (also dishonourer) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • dishonorer — See dishonor. * * * …   Universalium

  • dishonorer — dis·honorer …   English syllables

  • dishonorer — “+ noun : one that dishonors * * * dishonˈourer or (N American) dishonˈorer noun • • • Main Entry: ↑dishonour …   Useful english dictionary

  • dishonor — dishonorer, n. /dis on euhr/, n. 1. lack or loss of honor; disgraceful or dishonest character or conduct. 2. disgrace; ignominy; shame: His arrest brought dishonor to his family. 3. an indignity; insult: to do someone a dishonor. 4. a cause of… …   Universalium

  • dishonorers — dishonorer (Amer.) n. person who dishonors, one who disgraces; person who treats another person with humiliation (also dishonourer) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • dishonor — I. noun Etymology: Middle English dishonour, from Anglo French deshonur, from des dis + honur honor Date: 13th century 1. lack or loss of honor or reputation 2. the state of one who has lost honor or prestige ; shame < has brought dishonor on his …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • dishonourer — (Brit.) n. person who dishonors, one who disgraces; person who treats another person with humiliation (also dishonorer) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • dishonourers — dishonourer (Brit.) n. person who dishonors, one who disgraces; person who treats another person with humiliation (also dishonorer) …   English contemporary dictionary

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