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To help you avoid using the same word too repetitively, redundantly, recurrently, incessantly, etc., etc.

Why synonyms can be useful

Your writing can sound boring if you continually keep repeating the same words. When you create sentences, you can make them more interesting by using words that mean the same as the word you are speaking about. This allows you to add flavor to your writing.

In order to make language a lot more expressive and interesting you should try to vary the words you use as often as you can.

Synonyms for (adjective) dishonorable

Synonyms: dishonest, dishonorable Definition: deceptive or fraudulent; disposed to cheat or defraud or deceive

Hypernyms: duplicitous, double-dealing, double-faced, double-tongued, deceitful, ambidextrous, Janus-faced, two-faced Definition: marked by deliberate deceptiveness especially by pretending one set of feelings and acting under the influence of another Usage: she was a deceitful scheming little thing- Israel Zangwill; a double-dealing double agent; a double-faced infernal traitor and schemer- W.M.Thackeray

Hypernyms: beguiling Definition: misleading by means of pleasant or alluring methods Usage: taken in by beguiling tales of overnight fortunes

Hypernyms: deceitful, fallacious, fraudulent Definition: intended to deceive Usage: deceitful advertising; fallacious testimony; smooth, shining, and deceitful as thin ice - S.T.Coleridge; a fraudulent scheme to escape paying taxes

Hypernyms: deceptive, shoddy, misleading Definition: designed to deceive or mislead either deliberately or inadvertently Usage: the deceptive calm in the eye of the storm; deliberately deceptive packaging; a misleading similarity; statistics can be presented in ways that are misleading; shoddy business practices

Hypernyms: false Definition: designed to deceive Usage: a suitcase with a false bottom

Hypernyms: picaresque Definition: involving clever rogues or adventurers especially as in a type of fiction Usage: picaresque novels; waifs of the picaresque tradition; a picaresque hero

Hypernyms: rascally, blackguardly, scoundrelly, roguish Definition: lacking principles or scruples Usage: the rascally rabble; the tyranny of a scoundrelly aristocracy - W.M. Thackaray; the captain was set adrift by his roguish crew

Hypernyms: thieving, thievish Definition: given to thievery

Synonyms: dishonorable, dishonourable Definition: lacking honor or integrity; deserving dishonor Usage: dishonorable in thought and deed

Hypernyms: disgraceful, shameful, ignominious, inglorious, opprobrious, black Definition: (used of conduct or character) deserving or bringing disgrace or shame Usage: Man...has written one of his blackest records as a destroyer on the oceanic islands- Rachel Carson; an ignominious retreat; inglorious defeat; an opprobrious monument to human greed; a shameful display of cowardice

Hypernyms: debasing, degrading Definition: used of conduct; characterized by dishonor

Hypernyms: shabby Definition: mean and unworthy and despicable Usage: shabby treatment

Hypernyms: unprincipled Definition: having little or no integrity

Hypernyms: yellow Definition: cowardly or treacherous Usage: the little yellow stain of treason-M.W.Straight; too yellow to stand and fight