Definition of Dishonor:
Failure to accept (dishonor for non-acceptance) or pay (dishonor for non-payment) a valid (proper and legal) bill of exchange or negotiable instrument, which has been duly presented for acceptance or payment. See also acceptance for honor.
Synonyms of Dishonor
Abase, Abuse, Affront, Aspersion, Bad character, Bad debt, Bad name, Bad odor, Bad report, Bad reputation, Bad repute, Belittlement, Black mark, Blemish, Blot, Bring into discredit, Bring low, Bring shame upon, Call names, Cast reproach upon, Commit sacrilege, Corruptedness, Corruption, Corruptness, Criminality, Crookedness, Debase, Debauch, Defamation, Default, Defection, Defile, Deflower, Defrock, Degrade, Delinquence, Delinquency, Denigration, Deplume, Depreciation, Derogation, Desecrate, Detraction, Deviousness, Disallow, Disapprobation, Discourtesy, Discredit, Disesteem, Disfavor, Disgrace, Dishonesty, Dishonoring, Disoblige, Disparagement, Displume, Disrepute, Disrespect, Disrespectfulness, Dump on, Evasiveness, Evil repute, Feloniousness, Fleer at, Flout, Fraudulence, Fraudulency, Gibe at, Give offense to, Humble, Humiliate, Hurl a brickbat, Ignominy, Ill fame, Ill repute, Ill-favor, Improbity, Impudence, Impute shame to, Indignity, Indirection, Infamy, Injure, Insolence, Insult, Irreverence, Jeer at, Jibe at, Lack of respect, Levant, Libel, Mock, Mortify, Nondischarge of debts, Nonpayment, Nonremittal, Not pay, Obloquy, Odium, Offend, Opprobrium, Outrage, Pillory, Poor reputation, Profane, Protest, Protested bill, Public dishonor, Put down, Put to shame, Rape, Ravish, Reflect discredit upon, Refuse to pay, Reproach, Repudiate, Repudiation, Ridicule, Scoff at, Seduce, Shadiness, Shady reputation, Shame, Shiftiness, Slander, Slight, Slipperiness, Slur, Smear, Smirch, Stop payment, Taunt, Treat with indignity, Trickiness, Uncollectible, Unconscientiousness, Underhandedness, Unfrock, Unsavoriness, Unsavory reputation, Unscrupulousness, Unstraightforwardness, Violate, Vitiate, Welsh
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