dishonored dishonored  /dɪs ˈɑ nərd/


  • (adj) suffering shame



  1. Partition dishonored Gandhi's sect-blind creed.
  2. Especially when they're being desecrated, dishonored and dragged through the streets of foreign cities.
  3. It is a far cry from what most Russians think of moonshine, a time-dishonored pastime in a country where alcohol poisoning has helped lead to a population decline.


  • Bethesda lowers prices on Steam, PSN and XBLA/On Demand games

    Bethesda has revamped its pricing structure for a whole mess of games across Steam, PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade and Xbox Live Games on Demand, permanently reducing the cost of Skyrim , Dishonored , Fallout 3 (and derivatives) and others. The full list of affected games, as well as their new price points, can be found after the break . In related news, our Skyrim wife left us this ...
    on June 23, 2013     Source: Joystiq


  1. "After eight years when our Constitution has been dishonored and disrespected, we need changes," Gore said.
    on Jun 16, 2008 By: Al Gore Source: Houston Chronicle

  2. President Bush said in 2004, when the prison abuse was revealed, that it was the work of "a few American troops who dishonored our country and disregarded our values."
    on Jun 17, 2005 By: President Bush Source:

  3. A measure offered by House Minority Leader John Boehner, R-Ohio, said Rangel "has dishonored himself and brought discredit to the House and merits the censure of the House for same."
    on Jul 31, 2008 By: John Boehner Source: FOXNews

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