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What is the opposite of honourable?

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Adjective
Opposite of having, or conforming to, high moral standards or principles
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“He is guilty of committing various immoral acts as a means of achieving power and importance.”
Adjective
Opposite of worthy of respect or admiration
“His application to business was proverbial, though his attention to accounts is often held against him as unworthy of a monarch.”
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Opposite of morally beyond reproach, blame or guilt
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Opposite of characterized by being fair, just, or impartial
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Opposite of unwavering in one's commitment
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Opposite of having a good reputation and well respected
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Opposite of conforming to, permitted by, or recognized by law or rules
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Opposite of generous and tireless with one's contributions of time, money, etc.
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Opposite of of, being, pertaining to, or resembling a gentleman or gentlemen
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Opposite of behaving in an honorable way, as a knight would
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Opposite of noble, venerable, majestic, or awe-inspiring
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Opposite of being a person of good repute and character
“An honest person will have friends who value honesty, and a dishonest one will have cheats as friends.”
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Opposite of important, prominent, or held in high esteem
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Opposite of having a generous or benevolent nature or disposition
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Opposite of worthy of respect or admiration
“He was accustomed to having cereal with a piece of fruit thrown in day after day, which was a constant in his unremarkable life.”
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Opposite of of a quality or size suitable for a king or queen
“He once occupied a splendid house, but through misfortune, has become poor, and now lives in a humble cottage.”
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Opposite of of, or involved in the affairs of, the community, especially in government or entertainment
“Johnny is an obscure actor whose work tends towards arthouse and indie flicks.”
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Opposite of having influence or power
“The errand boy was an insignificant person, mostly unrecognized by those around him.”
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Opposite of displaying, or having a reputation for, bravery
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Opposite of not guilty of a crime or offense
“The defendant is guilty of one count of misdemeanor larceny.”
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