dishonesty (n.) Old form(s): dishonestie
dishonour, shameful deed, disgraceful action
TN III.iv.377[Sir Toby to Sir Andrew and Fabian, of Viola as Cesario and Antonio] His dishonesty appears in leaving his friend here in necessity and denying him
WT II.iii.47[Paulina to Leontes, in response to Leontes' questioning of Antigonus 'Canst not rule her?'] From all dishonesty he can
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