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- adj. Respected, having received honor.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of honor.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. of high repute; -- of people.
- adj. greatly admired.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In heraldry, same as crowned.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having an illustrious reputation; respected
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"Professor of barricading," was a title honored at the
"Professor of barricading," was a title honored at the Cafe de Seville, and one that they would willingly have had engraved upon their visiting-cards.
Gerald, penniless, had raised Tara; Ellen had risen above some mysterious sorrow; Grandfather Robillard, surviving the wreck of Napoleon’s throne, had founded his fortunes anew on the fertile Georgia coast; Great-grandfather Prudhomme had carved a small kingdom out of the dark jungles of Haiti, lost it, and lived to see his name honored in Savannah.
Most winners were repeats from the prior weekend's Golden Globe Awards, with both Jeff Bridges and Sandra Bullock again honored for their lead performances in "Crazy Heart" and "The Blind Side," respectively.
I remain honored to have had a long poem of mine that I really wanted published SOMEWHERE to wind up getting published in the CLIFFS Soundings Iit/art mag Norbert Blei mentioned in his essay on Henry Denander.
I think honesty, hard work, getting up every morning and making sure the family is doing well is also important we need more work honored from the keeping communities together, families together, slowing down the pace and reinforcing relationships, taking time with each other what boundries need to be broken that are more important than quality of friendships, community values and good solid quality of work.
Unlike the Democratic Party, GOP and McCain honored Ron Paul by not forcing him to quit from the race and continue on what he is fighting for.
On Nov. 21, a surprisingly wide swath of Britain honored “No Music Day.”
On either side of him are unknowns whose headstones read Here rests in honored glory a comrade in arms known but to
Trying to make a reservation and then having it honored is not recommended.