Honor in a sentence

Definition of Honor

(transitive) to think of highly, to respect highly; to show respect for; to recognise the importance or spiritual value of | (transitive) to conform to, abide by, act in accordance with (an agreement, treaty, promise, request, or the like) | (transitive) to confer (bestow) an honour or privilege upon (someone)

How to use Honor in a Sentence?

  • However, as the manager was in honor bound to provide for me, he kept his word.
  • It's quite a different case from that of a duel, where one's honor is concerned.
  • I honor you, and only wish I could have an opportunity to prove this by my actions.
  • For those who are learned and wise I shall make much of and honor as so many angels.
  • True and tender and brave and just, That man might honor and woman trust.
  • If ever America produced a man whom the nation delighted to honor it was Perry.
  • When the French people wish to honor an artist, they give him the cross of the Legion of Honor.
  • We have to be pretty deeply in love with a person before we can do him the honor of joking familiarly with him.
  • Frank shook his head, "I have not had the honor of meeting you before, Mr. Booth," he said.
  • Necessarily, I did myself the honor to obey the command of the Emperor Wilhelm II.
  • He had the honor of knowing his distinguished father, he said, and had once had the pleasure of being at his old home.
  • He said he would permit it on condition that we should sign a stringent parole, binding us on our honor not to attempt to escape!
  • So great was the honor paid to Columbus that he rode with the king and his son through the streets of the city.
  • The honor was specially gratifying, since the promotion was made with the consent of every officer over whose head he was raised.
  • And when Keith said firmly that he was very glad to hear it, she did him the honor to disbelieve him.
  • Yes, I had the honor of advising him in several matters and of carrying through some rather delicate negotiations for him.
  • I pledge my word of honor you shall meet with no reproaches from me, which, indeed, could no longer avail.
  • The honor of turning her was reserved for the writer, who, grasping the shell beneath the flippers, essayed the task.
  • The honor of women consists in the good opinion of the world; and since that of your wife is eminently good, why would you have it questioned?
  • The nation had educated him for military service, and though he had fought with honor through one war, he did not regard the debt as paid.
  • To put forth all Britain's strength and not run away from the obligations of honor and interest.
  • By her he was taught never to forget that he was well born, and that, as a gentleman, honor must be his guiding star through life.
  • After all, we could not expect Englishmen to celebrate in honor of the greatest mistake they had ever made in their lives.
  • All the Ridge-neighborhood gathered to do honor to Phrony and to testify their sympathy for her grandfather.
  • I mean myself, for as you do me the honor to become my panegyrist, I will on no account allow my name to appear.
  • He would conquer and achieve honors and fame, and win back his old home, and build up again his fortune, and do honor to his name.

Short Example Sentence for Honor

  • I give you my word of honor as to that.
  • I pawn my honor as the pledge.
  • The author was not without honor save in her own country.
  • Where then are truth, and faith, and honor fled?
  • Forward, for the honor of Missouri!
  • And Heaven send, that you may rather do What honor bids!
  • In honor of the visit of Herr Schlesinger of Berlin.
  • But honor required that some notice should be taken of that other duel.
  • At any rate, she did all that a widow could do to honor his memory.
  • I have the honor to be, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant.
  • No less than four Americans claimed the honor of having killed him.
  • She gave him a pedigree that would have done honor to a Derby-winner.
  • Mrs. Tarbell bit her lips, bowed, and thanked his honor as best she could.
  • But the vehicle of honor was still "Gilsey's stage.

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