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  • adj. Archaic form of honored.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of honour.


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  • My Lord Having for some years past boasted, as well I might, a personal knowledge of your late honour'd Father, valuable to me as a Critick and a Friend, I beg your Grace's acceptance of a small Volume [1] which I once hope'd to present to my departed Patron, and to have recieved his candid remarks.

    Letter 271

  • I thank your Lordship for your Letter; [in BL copy only: and if you had not known that I should thank you heartily I should not have been honour'd with it.] and will henceforth when the spirit moves me poetically or otherwise, obey the impulse and transmit the news of the moment.

    Letter 80

  • I have for months refrain'd from addressing you when I most wished to do it, on the death of my true friend, your late honour'd Father.

    Letter 264

  • The apostles [2] shall be duly honour'd if the public will bear a reprint.

    Letter 265

  • In a segment entitled “The Key”, the Prime Minister, played by Paul Eddington, admonishes his cabinet secretary, played by Nigel Hawthorne, who has just used the expression More honour'd in the breach than the observance , for his use of pompous language and for destroying “the most beautiful language in the world, the language of Shakespeare” .

    Churchill, Shakespeare and Cervantes (English)

  • They all ascended, two and two, and trod the honour'd shore,

    Historical References to the Oceanides

  • I am shock'd & honour'd to have my book mention'd in Laird's list!

    Congrats to Laird Barron

  • I lov'd him as my Husband, honour'd him as my King, tender'd him as my Lover; yet the Remembrance of his being my


  • I was honour'd in thy Friendship; I glory'd in being thine Associate in the War: I was proud of being thy


  • Since by its Aid, I've gain'd this honour'd Place,

    A Patch-Work Screen for the Ladies


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