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Noun
The quality of having strong moral principles
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“Men and women of honour deserve the highest respect and gratitude from the general public.”
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Public acknowledgment, respect or praise
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“While his actions brought honour to our country, yours have only brought shame and disgrace.”
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A feeling of privilege or pleasure from doing something
“It's an honour to be associated with the Transatlantic Challenge featuring some of the best players in the world.”
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A thing conferred as a distinction, especially an official award
“Later this year, on 23 July, the City of Johannesburg will confer its highest honour on Mandela by handing him the freedom of the city.”
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An asset that brings praise or renown to a group
“We have lost a man whose character and virtues rendered him an ornament to society, and an honour to our profession.”
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A person's good reputation and the respect they are given by other people
“He cannot bear the thought of a father being forced to besmirch his honour by accepting anything from a married daughter.”
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A person's chastity or their reputation for being chaste
“On the one hand, the chastity and honour of a woman is at stake, and on the other hand, the life of a man is.”
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A significant moment
“It is a great honour for me to have been able to win this award.”
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Able to be trusted to tell the truth
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The state of being just
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The act of idolizing, adoring or worshiping, especially to excess
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The quality or state of being noble
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An instance of kind, or charitable, behavior
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A thing of value given to recognize a particular deed
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A rough calculation of the value, number, quantity, or extent of something
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Certificate for achievement
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The state or quality of being munificent or generous
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One skilled in law or jurisprudence
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Decoration added to embellish something
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To regard with great respect or esteem
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“They should be taught to honour their parents and elders, and to be hospitable and courteous to guests.”
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To publicly recognize or praise
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“Parishioners have been urged to attend the celebration to honour a lady who is a highly respected and popular member of the community.”
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To fulfill one's role, obligation or duty
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“Under the proposals, the future interim government would be obligated to honour agreements between the existing Governing Council and the US.”
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To pay a bill when due
“The exporter bears the entire risk related to the importer's ability and willingness to honour the invoice.”
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To clear a check when due
“Should this happen through error or oversight, the bank may refuse to honour the cheque and will return it to the bank that presented it for payment.”
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To crown king, to make (a person) king
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To recompense or award someone in return for something done or given
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To compliment someone, often insincerely and sometimes to win favour
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To achieve or complete successfully
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Submit to or acknowledge the merit of
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To protect and care for (someone) lovingly
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