Dishonestly [adverb]

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Sentence/Example of Dishonestly:

The Russians, badly led and dishonestly provided, were beaten on sea and land alike.

But they were root-parasites, that is, fastened by their roots on the roots of other plants, sucking juices dishonestly.

Thornton deserved to lose what he had dishonestly gained, and what he apparently valued so little.

The young man lifted his head and said, "You can be sure that I would not make it dishonestly."

Alsace and Lorraine, if dishonestly come by, may be honestly retaken; but if for "guarantee," why these only?

Money dishonestly acquired is never worth its cost, while a good conscience never costs as much as it is worth.

Says another young man, "I hear sometimes of men that get millions of dollars dishonestly."

He who tries to attain unto it too quickly, or dishonestly, will fall into many snares, no doubt about that.

As a matter of fact, I was only enforcing honestly a law that had hitherto been enforced dishonestly.

Well, it is a thousand times better to say that honestly than to say dishonestly that you believe in God.