Why, I shall hear next that dishonour and Fraud are among the Institutions of the great republic!'
If she lose these opportunities, who can look for other but dishonour and destruction?
The company, of course, failed, which meant ruin and dishonour.
Matara said, 'When we find them we shall kill her first to cleanse the dishonour—then the man must die.'
For me, the next morning, I could almost have said, 'I was sown in dishonour and raised in glory.'
They were mortified by the dishonour which had been inflicted on British arms and British reputation.
Perhaps, if the dishonour had been done to her, but it was done long before her day.
The deathless loyalty and unbounded pride of the Glen folk rebuked him, without their knowing, for the dishonour he had done them.
There was a momentary sense of dishonour, almost of outrage.
He forgets those friends whom his own cruelty has betrayed to death and dishonour.