Definitions of "dishonor"
  1. The unwillingness or refusal of an issuing entity, such as a bank, to fulfill payment obligations or accept commercial paper when presented
  2. The act of refusing to accept or fulfill a payment responsibility
How to use "dishonor" in a sentence
  1. The dishonor of her check led to several overdraft fees.
  2. The company's dishonor of the agreement led to a breach of contract lawsuit.
  3. The dishonor of the banknote created a significant financial issue for the merchant.

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