honourable (US honorable) ADJECTIVE 1) bringing or worthy of honour. 2) (Honourable) a title given to certain high officials, members of the nobility, and MPs.
DERIVATIVES honourably adverb.

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  • honourably — adverb In a honourable manner …   Wiktionary

  • honourably — gerisenlice …   English to the Old English

  • honourably — See: honourable …   English dictionary

  • honourably — adverb with honor he was honorably discharged after many years of service • Syn: ↑honorably • Ant: ↑dishonorably (for: ↑honorably) …   Useful english dictionary

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  • gerisenlice — honourably …   The Old English to English

  • ATHOLE, SIR JOHN JAMES HUGH STEWART-MURRAY, 7TH DUKE OF —    honourably distinguished for having devoted years of his life to editing the records of the family and the related history; b. 1840 …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

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