Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The contraction of baronet appended to a name: as, Sir John Doe, Bart.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a member of the British order of honor; ranks below a baron but above a knight

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Examples

  • In what qualifies for your version of "honor", bart, is there a great reservoir of that attribute in believing whatever is announced by your leadership, no matter your own inability to know what transpired with two service people who showed vast levels of pure honor and character right up to the last minutes of their lives?

    Balkinization

  • In what qualifies for your version of "honor", bart, is there a great reservoir of that attribute in believing whatever is announced by your leadership, no matter your own inability to know what transpired with two service people who showed vast levels of pure honor and character right up to the last minutes of their lives?

    Balkinization

  • In what qualifies for your version of "honor", bart, is there a great reservoir of that attribute in believing whatever is announced by your leadership, no matter your own inability to know what transpired with two service people who showed vast levels of pure honor and character right up to the last minutes of their lives?

    Balkinization

  • In what qualifies for your version of "honor", bart, is there a great reservoir of that attribute in believing whatever is announced by your leadership, no matter your own inability to know what transpired with two service people who showed vast levels of pure honor and character right up to the last minutes of their lives?

    Balkinization

  • In what qualifies for your version of "honor", bart, is there a great reservoir of that attribute in believing whatever is announced by your leadership, no matter your own inability to know what transpired with two service people who showed vast levels of pure honor and character right up to the last minutes of their lives?

    Balkinization

  • In what qualifies for your version of "honor", bart, is there a great reservoir of that attribute in believing whatever is announced by your leadership, no matter your own inability to know what transpired with two service people who showed vast levels of pure honor and character right up to the last minutes of their lives?

    Balkinization

  • In what qualifies for your version of "honor", bart, is there a great reservoir of that attribute in believing whatever is announced by your leadership, no matter your own inability to know what transpired with two service people who showed vast levels of pure honor and character right up to the last minutes of their lives?

    Balkinization

  • In what qualifies for your version of "honor", bart, is there a great reservoir of that attribute in believing whatever is announced by your leadership, no matter your own inability to know what transpired with two service people who showed vast levels of pure honor and character right up to the last minutes of their lives?

    Balkinization

  • In what qualifies for your version of "honor", bart, is there a great reservoir of that attribute in believing whatever is announced by your leadership, no matter your own inability to know what transpired with two service people who showed vast levels of pure honor and character right up to the last minutes of their lives?

    Balkinization

  • In what qualifies for your version of "honor", bart, is there a great reservoir of that attribute in believing whatever is announced by your leadership, no matter your own inability to know what transpired with two service people who showed vast levels of pure honor and character right up to the last minutes of their lives?

    Balkinization

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