from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The recipient of an honor.
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- n. One who receives an honor or award.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a recipient of honors in recognition of noteworthy accomplishments. Correlative of honorer or conferrer.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a recipient of honors in recognition of noteworthy accomplishments
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If selected, he would be the sixth honoree from the first round of the 1983 draft.
Tom Isherwood, a First Team honoree, is a trilingual double major earning a concurrent master's degree.
Accepting the Nobel Peace Prize, the honoree is committed to an endless duty.
Last year's winter term honoree was Missouri gymnast Alicia Hatcher.
This year's honoree is Tina Howe, author of Painting Churches, Museum, and The Art of Dining.
Senate records show that Murray, also the chairwoman of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, was named in so-called honoree payments of more than $1 million from lobbyists since 2008.
The honoree is a 1987 graduate of Ringgold High School and lives in Ooltewah with husband Jason.
Although her honoree was a no-show (she was closeted to prepare for her big speech tonight), Mrs. Schlafly, a durable giant of the conservative movement, gave a rousing stemwinder.
To quote Leo Rosten in The Joys of Yiddish (McGraw-Hill, 1968): "To call a woman ` a real baleboosteh 'is to bestow high praise indeed: It means the honoree is a splendid cook, baker, laundress, and, above all, keeps so immaculate a home that ` you can eat off the floor ...'" (p. 30).
In 2001, the honoree was the late Marshall County Commission Chairman Billy Cannon.