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2. Death was considered vastly preferable to dishonour.
3. It would dishonour my family if I didn't wear the veil.
4. You've brought enough dishonour on your family already without causing any more trouble.
5. We suspect he means to dishonour the agreement made three years ago.
6. Her actions have brought shame and dishonour on the profession.
7. The students should not dishonour their teachers.
8. It was no dishonour to finish out of the medals in the most memorable 100 metres race ever seen.
9. When this happens, they will dishonour their own promises.
10. It is illegal to dishonour bookings; that goes for restaurants as well as customers.
11. His behaviour reflects dishonour on his parents.
12. We had to choose between death and dishonour.
13. He had to choose between death and dishonour.
14. Stealing reflects dishonour on your family.
15. He chooses death before dishonour.
16. He may have brought only dishonour to the name of the county but his involvement in the massacre should not be forgotten.
17. She analysed each member of this roll of dishonour, looking for the 13 hallmarks of weediness.
18. There's no dishonour in losing.
19. The implications of dishonour can be very serious.
20. Or what nunnery would take you, in your dishonour?
21. Anxious to escape the limelight of dishonour, Cleave returns to live alone in his dilapidated childhood home.
22. Death and Dishonour A seventy-five year old lady was refused admission to four hospitals after suffering a heart attack recently.
23. There was, however, no dishonour in such a defeat.
24. Is it honouring your husband to dishonour his business?sentencedict.com
25. Some of the leaders of the coup took their lives rather than face dishonour.
26. He hoped they could come to an arrangement which would prevent the dishonour of his claiming its protection.
27. But there is another, more essential respect for nature itself, which we dishonour at our peril.
28. It was as if she felt on her lips the taste of dishonour.
29. Protest is dispensed with by any circumstance which would dispense with notice of dishonour.
30. If a person has no money in the bank, the bank will dishonour his checks.
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