there's no dishonor in

Definition of there's no dishonor in

somewhat formal

  1. :  it is not unworthy of respect to be (doing something) There's no dishonor in doing manual labor.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  in or at that place

    :  to or into that place :  thither

    :  at that point or stage

  1. : used as a function word to introduce a sentence or clause

    : used as an indefinite substitute for a name

  1. :  that place or position

    :  that point

  1. : used for emphasis especially after a demonstrative pronoun or a noun modified by a demonstrative adjective

    : used for emphasis after a demonstrative adjective but before the noun modified

    :  capable of being relied on for support or aid

  1. :  lack or loss of honor or reputation

    :  the state of one who has lost honor or prestige :  shame

    :  a cause of disgrace

  1. :  to treat in a degrading manner

    :  to bring shame on

    :  to refuse to accept or pay (as a bill or check)

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a brief usually trivial fact

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