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- adv. In a dishonorable manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a dishonorable manner; with dishonor.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with dishonor
- adv. in a dishonorable manner or to a dishonorable degree
- adv. in a dishonorable manner
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Still putting out the O'Reilly fires of me being a traitor and using Casey's name dishonorably, my in-laws sent out a press statement disagreeing with me in strong terms; which is totally okay with me, because they barely knew Casey.
In this week's column, "A Stand Up President", he tells us that, of course the problem w/Nicaragua was that the US govt stopped funding the Contras, not that Reagan "dishonorably" not impeachably went behind everyone's back to fund them, in contradiction to the law.
He later "dishonorably" tried to take credit for helping it pass even though he was one of the biggest opponent to the bill ....
A condolence package for its dishonorably discharged.
Once one becomes a soldier, the only way to stop being a soldier (and an enemy combatant) is to die or else be discharged from military service honorably or dishonorably.
If he hadn't been a Kerry (with people covering for him) he would have been bounced out dishonorably and we wouldn't have had him whining during the elections.
If he hadn't been a Bush (with people covering for him) he would have been bounced out dishonorably and we wouldn't have had him around to annoy us.
Probst, a former Army chaplain, was court-martialed and dishonorably discharged from the Army in 1990.
In fact, Probst, a former Army chaplain, was court-martialed and dishonorably discharged from the Army in 1990.
Germany, wrote hot checks and was dishonorably discharged and jailed.