Dishonor and Name


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Dishonor noun – The state of having lost the esteem of others.
Name is an antonym for dishonor.
Nearby Words: dishonour, dishonorable, dishonored, dishonoured, dishonoring
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Name noun – Overall quality as seen or judged by people in general.
Usage example: has a good name among fellow marine biologists

Dishonor is an antonym for name in fame topic.
Nearby Words: named, nameless, naming
Antonyms for Name
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  • Video Game / The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt But because of the dishonor Birna brought upon the family name, he'll either have to be killed or exiled.
  • Rejection Ritual In the Rihannsu novels the ultimate form of dishonor for the Romulans is to have one's name thrice written and thrice burned by the Senate, after which one is considered an Un-Person and one's name may never be spoken again.
  • Parental Favoritism Having only a daughter was (and some places, still is) a horrible dishonor because nobody can carry on you family name.
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Name or Dishonor. 2016. Accessed May 27, 2020.

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