To conduct oneself with honor.
Assumed the honor of kingship.
An example of honor is listening to and obeying someone's wishes.
An example of honor is accepting a check from someone.
Her Honor, Judge Jones.
Honor a check; a store that honors all credit cards.
The great honor of the presidency.
An example of honor is an excellent student receiving praise for their accomplishments.
An example of honor is a welcome home party given for someone returning home after serving in war.
The honor shown to a Nobel laureate; the place of honor at the table.
- Glory; fame; renown.
- Good reputation; credit.
- A curtsy; bow.
- A social courtesy or privilege.May I have the honor of this dance?.
- A badge, token, decoration, etc. given to a person.
- Public acts or ceremonies of respect.Buried with full military honors.
- Special distinction or credit given to students, esp. at commencement, for high academic achievement.
- An advanced course of study in place of or in addition to the regular course, for exceptional students.Honors English.
- Under an obligation enforced by the personal integrity of the one obliged:.I was honor bound to admit that she had done the work.
- Under an obligation enforced by the personal integrity of the one obliged.
- To show great respect for.
- To bring or cause honor to.
- To act as host or hostess, esp. by making introductions, proposing toasts, serving at table, etc.
- Honestly; truthfully.
- As a token of respect for.
- Staking one's good name or one's truthfulness, trustworthiness, or reliability.