dishonour definition

  • noun:
    • pity or disgrace
    • a lack of honour or integrity
    • Failure or refusal associated with the drawee or meant acceptor of a negotiable instrument, such as a bill of trade or note, to accept it or, if it's acknowledged, to cover and retire it.
    • a state of pity or disgrace
    • lacking honor or integrity
    • shame or disgrace
    • deficiencies in honour or stability
    • Failure or refusal of the drawee or meant acceptor of a negotiable instrument, such a bill of exchange or note, to simply accept it or, in case it is accepted, to cover and retire it.
    • a situation of shame or disgrace
    • lacking honor or stability
  • verb:
    • to carry disgrace upon some one or something like that; to pity
    • to will not take one thing, such a cheque
    • to break or rape
    • bring pity or dishonor upon
    • won't take
    • force (somebody) to possess sex against their will
    • to bring disgrace upon somebody or something like that; to shame
    • to won't accept anything, such as a cheque
    • to break or rape
    • bring shame or dishonor upon
    • refuse to accept
    • power (someone) having sex against their particular will

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