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dishonesty

noun dis·hon·es·ty \-nə-stē\

: lack of honesty : the quality of being untruthful or deceitful

Full Definition of DISHONESTY

1
:  lack of honesty or integrity :  disposition to defraud or deceive
2
:  a dishonest act :  fraud

Examples of DISHONESTY

  1. Are you accusing him of dishonesty?
  2. her dishonesty about what happened

First Known Use of DISHONESTY

1599

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