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Noun
Public acknowledgment or admiration
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Noun
A wreath of flowers and leaves, worn on the head or hung as a decoration
Noun
A prize or other mark of recognition given in honor of an achievement
Noun
Plural for the quality of having strong moral principles
“Men and women of honour deserve the highest respect and gratitude from the general public.”
Noun
Plural for public acknowledgment, respect or praise
“While his actions brought honour to our country, yours have only brought shame and disgrace.”
Noun
Plural for 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.”
Noun
Plural for 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.”
Noun
Plural for 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.”
Noun
Plural for 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.”
Noun
Plural for 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.”
Noun
Plural for a significant moment
“It is a great honour for me to have been able to win this award.”
Verb
To regard with great respect or esteem
“They should be taught to honour their parents and elders, and to be hospitable and courteous to guests.”
Verb
To publicly recognize or praise
“Parishioners have been urged to attend the celebration to honour a lady who is a highly respected and popular member of the community.”
Verb
To fulfill one's role, obligation or duty
“Under the proposals, the future interim government would be obligated to honour agreements between the existing Governing Council and the US.”
Verb
To pay a bill when due
“The exporter bears the entire risk related to the importer's ability and willingness to honour the invoice.”
Verb
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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