from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Alternative spelling of honourless.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Destitute of honor; not honored.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without honor; not honored.
Brys Tarnell had been with Galefrid in Willowfield, and there was only one child in this world that an honorless man like that would risk his own hide to protect.
Such tactics may work well for your renegade, honorless tribe and Alliance scum, but I despise them.
Then there would be a squabble, some growlling and whinning and the accompanying ARRR ARRR ARRR As the offending honorless animal made its way back to the his mutt of an owner.
“Thrall is no assassin skulking in the fog nor is he an honorless warrior!” she retorted.
Her warchief used a fog to skulk up to our walls in the past, like some honorless assassin!
I will agree with you that this a despicable and honorless tactic.
Professional courtesy is extended to PROFESSIONALS; not to hacks and honorless-Puffies who want to call a wrong a right...
"I would never trust an honorless Ferengi to keep his side of a bargain."
Americans under 50 for the most part are honorless consumers in a global economy.
And I swear on my sacred honor, if that politician changes their vote from a "no" to a "yes" because of that earmark, then I will expose you to America as the honorless thief you are.
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