• Definition for "disworship"
    • A deprivation of honour or reason behind disgrace.
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  • Sentence for "disworship"
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  • Synonym for "disworship"

disworship definition

  • noun:
    • A deprivation of honour or reason behind disgrace.
    • A deprivation of honor; a cause of disgrace; a discredit.
    • A perversion or loss in worship or honor; disgrace; discredit.
    • A deprivation of honour or reason for disgrace.
    • A deprivation of honor; a factor in disgrace; a discredit.
    • A perversion or losing worship or honor; disgrace; discredit.
    • A deprivation of honour or reason behind disgrace.
    • A deprivation of honor; a factor in disgrace; a discredit.
    • A perversion or losing worship or honor; disgrace; discredit.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To refuse to worship; to deal with as unworthy.
    • To will not worship; to treat as unworthy.
    • To won't worship; to deal with as unworthy.
  • others:
    • To dishonor; deprive of worship or self-esteem; disgrace.
    • To dishonor; deprive of worship or dignity; disgrace.
    • To dishonor; deprive of worship or self-esteem; disgrace.
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