- n. Plural form of honoree.
“Now the honorees were the two men who would be President of the United States of America, Senators John McCain and Barack Obama.”
“As you will see below the honorees are a mighty distinguished lot; their speeches are well worth viewing.”
“Protocol entitled the honorees to invite family members and old friends to the ceremony.”
“One of the reasons he is looking forward to that dinner is one of the honorees will be the first and so far only Italian America ever to serve as Chief of Staff the President of the United States of America.”
“That year the honorees were the Colombian painter Fernando Botero, former secretary of the Treasury William Simon, and the film star Maria Felix, who was enormously popular in Mexico but, unlike her sister star Dolores Del Rio, little known in the United States.”
“One of the honorees is a project to build a paper factory in An Hoa, Vietnam, which was won by Hansol EME with the KEIC's agreement to offer a $144 million export credit with a 30-month grace period and a 10-year cover.”
“The honorees are the sixth group chosen for recognition.”
“While the honorees were the same in several of the categories, the auxiliary presents pins in more categories.”
“Highlighting the honorees was the naming of first-year Drury head coach”
“The honorees were a reflection of the Valley's business interests and social consciousness.”
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