/dɪsˈɒn ə sti/
lack of honesty; a disposition to lie, cheat, or steal.
a dishonest act; fraud.
lack of honesty or fairness; deceit
a deceiving act or statement; fraud
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Behind this honest and widespread opinion dishonesty and cheating of the ignorant laborers have a good chance to take refuge.
Free exchange dissects a case of intellectual dishonesty.
How many of his chums in the city have been tried for serious crimes relating to dishonesty during the banking crisis.
People are more likely to be honest if they feel there's a reasonable chance that dishonesty will be detected and punished.
The problem debating this sort of thing is the side of dishonesty and intellectual laziness is at an advantage.
Acknowledging my dishonesty with a wink didn't make it less a lie.
Science really has become infected with the dishonesty disease.
Then you repeatedly accuse me of lies and dishonesty.
What they are revealing is defining intellectual dishonesty.
Dishonesty in our stories causes damage that bleeds far beyond that of personal detriment.
Call it mendacity, dishonesty, the ongoing effort to hoodwink the people.