honor

All Noun Verb
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  • And if you knew him you would know why we must honor him.
  • The science education center at the site was named in his honor.
  • She is currently the last American to have been awarded the honor.
  • Many public schools have also been named in his honor.
  • After my death, I shall be the object of your special honor.
  • Following his death, the Institute named its establishment after him in his honor.
  • During their next two years, students move into the honors program in their major.
  • No school may be honored with either award twice while under the same director.
  • Despite his lack of higher education, he has been honored in his home state.
  • The greatest of his political honors came to him when he was an old man.
  • He earned first-team all-conference honors in both his junior and senior years.
  • He earned first-team all-conference honors in both his junior and senior years.
  • No reason was given why the boys should have been so honored.
  • But how have I this honor, that the mother of my Lord should come to me?
  • The girl's basketball team has produced numerous players who won all-state honors.
  • He even went so far to set up statues to honor and respect these people.
  • Finally success came with many honors, including a trip to his old home town.
  • He earned first-team all-state honors in football as a senior.
  • He earned first-team all-state honors in football as a senior.
  • During her four-year college career, she received twenty-three All-American honors.
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Meaning of honor

  • noun The state of being honored
  • noun The quality of being honorable and having a good name
    a man of honor
  • noun A woman's virtue or chastity
  • verb Bestow honor or rewards upon
    Today we honor our soldiers, The scout was rewarded for courageous action
  • verb Accept as pay
    we honor checks and drafts