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Gegenteil von "honor" (Englisch)

en honor

Gegenteile:
attaint, disgrace, dishonor, dishonour, disrespect, shame, abhor, contemn, detest, execrate, ridicule, abominate, despise, dislike, hate, scorn, corruptibility, corruption, corruptness, debasement, debauchery, decadence, degeneracy, degradation, depravity, disgracefulness, disreputableness, dissipatedness, dissipation, dissoluteness, looseness, perversion, pervertedness, profligacy, shamelessness, venality, blameworthiness, criminality, crookedness, dishonesty, immorality, unrighteousness, unscrupulousness, knavery, rascality, roguishness, meanness, reprehensibleness, rottenness, sinfulness, vileness, villainy, wickedness, wretchedness, baseness, lowness, blemish, blot, defect, slur, smirch, smudge, stain, stigma, eyesore, fright, horror, mess, burden, duty, obligation, responsibility, abase, account, adoration, adore, affront, aggravate, anathematize, animalize, annoy, anonymity, asperse, aspersing, back down, back off, back out, bastardize, bestialize, blacken, blackening, boast, brand, brutalize, calumniate, calumniation, calumny, canker, cast down, celebrate, celebrity, censure, character, character assassination, chasten, cheapen, commemorate, commination, condemn, condemnation, consequence, cop out, credit, crown jewel, debase, debauch, deceit, deceitfulness, decry, defamation, defame, defaming, degrade, dehumanize, deify, demoralize, denounce, denunciation, deprave, depress, desecrate, deteriorate, diatribe, discredit, disesteem, displease, disrepute, ego, elevate, eminence, exasperate, excoriation, facelessness, falsehood, fame, fink out, glorify, glory, grievance, harangue, honesty, honour, humble, humiliate, ignominy, import, importance, infamy, iniquity,

en honorable

Gegenteile:
dishonest, dishonorable, dishonourable, inglorious, degrading, black, disgraceful, unprincipled, yellow, disreputable, shabby, opprobrious, wrong, shameful, debasing, ignominious, deceitful, faithless, hypocritical, perfidious, unfaithful, false, lying, traitorous, unscrupulous, disingenuous, fraudulent, mendacious, treacherous, untrue, bad, blackguardly, corrupt, criminal, crooked, evil, immoral, iniquitous, knavish, mean, nefarious, rascally, reprehensible, roguish, rotten, scoundrelly, sinful, unfair, vile, villainous, wicked, wretched, blamable, blameworthy, censurable, culpable, debased, debauched, decadent, degenerate, degraded, demoralized, depraved, dissipated, dissolute, libertine, loose, perverse, perverted, profligate, reprobate, venal, base, ignoble, low, unethical, unjust, unrighteous, unworthy, improper, incorrect, indecorous, naughty, unbecoming, unseemly, atrocious, infamous, vicious, objectionable, offensive, errant, erring, fallen, evil-minded, indecent, unreliable, untrustworthy, cutthroat, unconscionable, admirable, all-right, ambidextrous, applaudable, arbitrary, august, beguiling, bent, cheap, commendable, conscientious, conscionable, contemptible, creditable, cruddy, currish, dark, decent, deceptive, deplorable, despicable, detestable, dictatorial, dirty, discreditable, double dealing, double-faced, double-tongued, downright, duplicitous, estimable, ethical, execrable, fallacious, fast, foul, glorious, good, grubby, guileful, hallowed, hireling, honest, honourable, illegal, imperious, janus-faced, just, lame, laudable, laureate, louche, lousy, low-down, low-minded, machiavellian, meritorious, miserable, misleading, moral, nameless, nasty, nice, no-name, noble, noteless, notorious, obscure, paltry, pathetic, peremptory, picaresque,