dishonourably : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a dishonorable manner or to a dishonorable degree
- John Brogden in Sydney Morning Herald
Declaring his continued leadership would hinder the party, Mr Brogden said: "I acted dishonourably, and now is the time to act honourably."
- chairman Prachanda in Nepalnews.com
The King will not be removed forcefully or dishonourably,Prachanda said, adding, "We have started talks with people close to the King."
- Sir John Chisholm in Telegraph.co.uk
Sir John said: "I consider the creation of QinetiQ to be the greatest achievement of my working life: I categorically refute any suggestion that I have acted dishonourably in any way and think that allegation is grossly unfair."