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  • n. dishonorableness by virtue of lacking respectability or a good reputation


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  • This is the menace of socialism, and in affirming it and in tallying myself an adherent of it, I accept my own consequent unrespectability.


  • You are not Christians and you should not sign on to this unrespectability.

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  • Due to the unrespectability of Christianity, illustrated at least partially with Europe's Sheep, I wonder if we ever did get a good Jesus before the age of 30.

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  • Gambling, very popular among Asians (unrespectability).

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  • There is great unrespectability among the Europeans.

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  • "Shall we make ourselves respectable and resume the unrespectability in the privacy of our own apartments later?"


  • As the crowd cheered, an actor dressed as a Jewish Nazi camp prisoner awarded Faurisson a prize for "unrespectability."

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  • "unrespectability and insolence" to Robert Faurisson, an academic who has denied the existence of the Holocaust.

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