Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adv. In an honorary manner.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • Even a scaled-back movement to "honorarily rename" the town, whatever that means, fell through.

    "Stephen Strasburg, Va." plan ends badly

  • They end up DEEP FRIED and served on a platter wedged into the side of their favored sibling who has been honorarily stabbed with a "holy" picture, and bedecked in loose candy flotsam, ribbons, rings and things and buttons and bows.

    Lamb Fleeces

  • Perhaps we should start a list of fathers you can honorarily outrage as you continue to outrage your own.

    Beth as 'charity duty', I plot mischief and wear a mini-skirt

  • I can hardly help but laugh when the celebrity behind an honorarily named fragrance is a literary figure... it's always so utterly and wonderfully absurd.

    Perfume Review: Histoires de Parfums 1740 Marquis de Sade

  • He has been honorarily been named Pedro, and has the cutest fro ever. ps - I'm supposed to be able to see the aurora borealis from here sometime soon.

    meli Diary Entry

  • This will mark the first time that the Stevie Awards will honorarily nominate many of the world's most prominent companies and executives in its programs.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The liberal position would seem to be the reverse of what's in the list - I feel it would be more along the lines of "Though this person has not completed the course of study to 'earn' the degree, this person has shown him/herself to be competent in this field, and is honorarily awarded the title in lieu of this."

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Harvard in 1973 but didn't get his degree until it was granted, honorarily, thirty-four years later.

    The New Yorker

  • Im firing up my helicopter and heading up to boston. as I hover over that putrid city built on a sewer, Im going to whip out my balls and honorarily t-bag the entire metropolis.

    Yahoo! Sports - Top News

  • People who have done far more damage to this country have had it, and not just honorarily.

    Telegraph Blogs

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.