from The Century Dictionary.
- Dishonest; dishonorable; not virtuous; unchaste.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Dishonest; dishonorable.
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"unhonest" shoes, if servants and masters quarrelled, all was to be looked to by the justice; there was no fear lest time should hang heavy with him.
I sympathize deeply with rules against such "unhonest garrulities."
But in all things this precaution they use, that a less pleasure hinder not a bigger, and that the pleasure be no cause of displeasure, which they think to follow of necessity, if the pleasure be unhonest.
But let him rather amend his own life, renounce unhonest pleasures, and forsake pride.
For where money beareth all the swing, there many vain and superfluous occupations must needs be used, to serve only for riotous superfluity and unhonest pleasure.
And yet through the perverse and malicious flickering enticement of lewd and unhonest desires, be taken not only for special and sovereign pleasures, but also be counted amoung the chief causes of life.
Gilbert and John Davys reconcyled themselves to me, and disclosed some of Emery his most unhonest, hypocriticall, and devilish dealings and devises agaynst me and other, and likewise of that errant strompet her abominable wordes and dedes; and John Davis sayd that he might curse the tyme that ever he knew Emery, and so much followed his wicked cownsayle and advyse.
Content writer unhonest liars beware .... negative Itrader will not help
“You are trusting to an unhonest friend, and diminishing an honest reputation.
Promptorium.] [Footnote 7: _an_ privative, unhonest.] [Footnote 8: AS. _mod_, mood, passion, violence.] [[Footnote 8a: Croscrist.