Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not honored; not regarded with honor or veneration.
- adj. Not honored.
- un- + honored (Wiktionary)
“[Ay,] for I have suffered terrible things from ye, having a name unhonored in Thebes.”
“Visit the graves of unhonored writers; ditto their places of birth and last residence.”
“Many Senators and Congressmen die years after they retire, even with decades of tenure in their resume, but they go unhonored.”
“He plies the slow, unhonored, and unpaid task of observation.”
“I will pass into oblivion, to the vile dust from whence I sprung, unwept, unhonored, and unsung. . .”
“The Aryan gene-pool dies, ‘unwept, unhonored and unsung.’”
“I looked like a man without power, unhonored and thin.”
“Her husband, she saw, was taking the path “that ledDaniel Webster to an unhonored grave.””
“Yet despite her 40 years as a fiery and productive controversialist, she died last year unhonored in Stockholm.”
“Nor does one grieve with the friends of another of his death, except for his having been born to die young unhonored within his own home, without having been able to benefit anyone with that mind of his, for one would know that no one could speak of him, except (to say) that a good friend had died.”
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