Kansas fought barbarously for the dishonourable privilege, and with temporary success: Nebraska has declined the honour as yet.
It is quite as honourable, or dishonourable, which ever it may be, as any other branch of business.
I have been weak enough to sympathize with a dishonourable attachment, so far as to wish to spare you pain.
If it does do dishonourable things, I prefer to know nothing about them.
It was dishonourable, unpatriotic, and pusillanimous; but Mr. Gladstone persevered, and with what result?
But she was strangely glad that her mother had said “not dishonourable, as men look at it.”
Blood is too precious a thing in these days of dishonourable peace; and the glories of the great races are as a tale that is told.
Harrison is incapable of committing a mean or dishonourable action.
He therefore adopts a 'second legal standard of honourable and dishonourable, having a second standard of right.'
Hardly a word was dishonourable to him except what turned on his prophetic annunciations.