honors, 3rd person singular present; honouring, present participle; honored, past participle; honored, past tense; honoring, present participle; honours, 3rd person singular present; honoured, past participle; honoured, past tense;
Regard with great respect
Joyce has now learned to honor her father's memory
an honored guest
Pay public respect to
talented writers were honored at a special ceremony
the Princess honored the ball with her presence
I felt honored to be invited
(in square dancing) Salute (another dancer) with a bow
Fulfill (an obligation) or keep (an agreement)
make sure the franchisees honor the terms of the contract
Accept (a bill) or pay (a check) when due
the bank informed him that the check would not be honored
(honour) honor: the state of being honored
(honour) respect: show respect towards; "honor your parents!"
(honour) award: a tangible symbol signifying approval or distinction; "an award for bravery"
(honour) honor: a woman's virtue or chastity
Honor or Honour (from the Latin word honor, honoris) is the evaluation of a person's trustworthiness and social status based on that individual's espousals and actions. ...
(Honour (land)) In medieval England, an honour could consist of a great lordship, comprising dozens or hundreds of manors. ...
(Honour (play)) Honour is a 1995 play by the Australian playwright Joanna Murray-Smith.
Respected, having received honour
(honour) High rank or respect; Dignity; reputation as a good person; An objectification of praiseworthiness or respect; something that represents praiseworthiness or respect, such as an award given by the state to a citizen; A privilege; The centre point of the upper half of an armorial ...
(Honour) Ace, King, Queen or Jack (and sometimes ten).
The honour goes to last player to win a hole or take the least number of shots. The player with the honour tees off first.
(Honour) The right to play first
(HONOUR) High rank or distinction of superiority to be treated with deference or obeisance. From Webster's Dictionary, the archaic definition of "honor" (as used when the 13th Amendment was ratified) meant anyone "obtaining or having an advantage or privilege over another."
("honour") means a test of steadiness in which a dog observes another dog's work
(Honour) In a special sense, a superior lordship or seignory on which inferior manors depend and owe services, and particularly such lordships as formerly belonged to great feudal barons or have been in the hands of the Crown. ...
(Honour) honor A term used in Domesday interchangeably with fief and holding.
(Honour) one of the most rare and most expensive blends of Johnnie Walker Scotch whisky.
(honour) 1) a knighthood (sense 1) or decoration. 2) in general usage, refers to esteem, respect, dignity, good name, great privilege.
(honour) A feudal lordship or dominion over several manors held under one baron or lord paramount
(honour) OBE (Order of the British Empire); OM (Order of Merit)
A bank honours a cheque by paying out the money as you have requested. A cheque will only be honoured when it has been guaranteed or there is enough money in the account, or you have an agreed overdraft.