He told Nixon he could not dishonor his word and had no choice but to resign.
The guest of dishonor competed for the most-grotesque-spectacle prize with one of his roastees, convicted felon Mike Tyson.
It may not be a good job to get promoted from; prone as it is to scandal and dishonor, it is not what it once was.
The fiery trial through which we pass, will light us down, in honor or dishonor, to the latest generation.
THE dishonor OF HONOR KILLINGS Imagine a young woman killed by her own relatives for failing to obey.
His life is in his own hands, put there by you, and he must make it into a vessel of honor or dishonor.
In your 'Century of dishonor' you showed to the country its own disgrace.
Eet is not now—the last of the race—who shall confess that he haf sit at a board of disgrace and dishonor!'
To accept so terrible an ordeal seemed like a purification of her dishonor.
But his private character, like his public, knew no dishonor.