This woman loves me, loves me even though that love be what men call dishonor.
"The Black Wolf's Breed" by Harris Dickson
You swear ever to prefer death to dishonor for it?
"The Eagle of the Empire" by Cyrus Townsend Brady
But I cannot withhold it, even though it has gone down, tainted and dishonored.
"An Outcast" by F. Colburn Adams
He loses his fortune, is wounded and suspected of dishonor, and from regard for Minna strives to break the engagement.
"Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama" by E. Cobham Brewer
It may be denied, I may be a vessell ordained to dishonor.
"The Unfortunate Traveller, or The Life Of Jack Wilton" by Thomas Nash
But he preferred death to dishonor.
"Architects of Fate" by Orison Swett Marden
Debts do not dishonor a nobleman.
"Luna Benamor" by Vicente Blasco Ibáñez
Can they be friends of the two miserable wretches who dishonored my house with a ghastly crime?
"The Forsaken Inn" by Anna Katharine Green
I hope I'll never do anything underhanded or dishonorable again.
"Marjorie Dean High School Freshman" by Pauline Lester
After bringing her father to such shame and dishonor, would Charlotte ever consent to be his wife?
"How It All Came Round" by L. T. Meade
Not once on post, on march, in camp, or field,
Was your brave leader's trust in you betrayed,
And never yet has old Virginia's shield
Suffered dishonor through Mahone's Brigade.
"Mahone's Brigade" by James Barron Hope
Those women! Say the glare, the identical dismay
Of ugliness and evil, always, in all lands,
And say Love, too,—and Politics, moreover, say,
With ink-dishonored blood upon their shameless hands.
"What Sayest Thou, Traveller" by Paul Verlaine
To the breeze then your banner dishonored unfold,
And, at once, let the tocsin be sounded afar;
We greet you, as greeted the Swiss, Charles the Bold--
With a farewell to peace and a welcome to war!
"Coercion: A Poem For Then And Now" by John Reuben Thompson
Dishonored by the higher, but loved by all the low,—
Say, is it not the pathway that the new has to go?
By those who ought to guard it betrayed, oh yes, betrayed,—
Say, is it not thus truth ever progress has made?
"Rallying Song For Freedom In The North To "The United Left"" by Bjornstjerne Bjornson
Ignoble hate, defeating its own ends!
The act that meant dishonor, working glory!
Could any mausoleum built by hands
Lift his sweet memory nearer to the heavens,
Or give it such a precious consecration
In every heart which love has purified?
"Lines" by Epes Sargent
"They had taken the battery," so read the dispatch —
One moment of victory, then to retreat
From the backs of the foe they were ready to catch —
O! fool of a leader — dishonored — to cheat
Those brave men by making their triumph defeat.
"The Zouaves At Bethel" by Anonymous Americas
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In " Dishonored " for the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, you play a guard accused of murder who turns into an assassin trying to clear your name and rid the world of evil.
Twenty-three years later, the "jewel" is ruined, dishonored, disgraced.
The moralistic Steampunk of "Dishonored" feels like a creepy vacation to a weird place.
"Dishonored," an action video game from Austin-based Arkane Studios, was a huge hit this year.
"Our country has accepted obligations that are difficult to fulfill and would be dishonorable to abandon," Bush said.
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Pinning Nazi atrocities on Poland dishonors a loyal friend.
It was a campaign in 1972 dishonored by Watergate, a scandal that fully unfurled too late to knock Republican President Richard M Nixon from his place as a commanding favorite for re-election.