1. 1 : deserving of respect or high regard : deserving of honor an Honorable profession
High, Honor, Honorable
2. 2 a : of great renown : illustrious the college's long and Honorable history.
3. Honorable definition, in accordance with or characterized by principles of honor; upright: They were all Honorable men
4. Honorable synonyms, Honorable pronunciation, Honorable translation, English dictionary definition of Honorable
5. Deserving or winning honor and respect: led an Honorable life
6. Bringing distinction or recognition: Honorable service to one's nation.
7. Some common synonyms of Honorable are conscientious, honest, just, scrupulous, and upright
8. While all these words mean "having or showing a strict regard for what is morally right," Honorable suggests a firm holding to codes of right behavior and the guidance of a high sense of honor and duty.
Having, Honorable, Holding, High, Honor
9. The Honorable a title used before the name of some government officials, and in the U.K
10. Before the names of some people of high social rank: the Honorable Andrew Robinson the Honorable Daniel P
11. An Honorable person is someone who believes in truth and doing the right thing — and tries to live up to those high principles
12. When you lose a game, it's Honorable to shake hands
13. If you smash into someone's parked car, it's Honorable to leave a note so they can contact you
14. Telling the truth is Honorable.
15. He was upright, Honorable, and virtuous; entertaining religious scruples similar to the Friends
16. DELANY Among the prisoners taken was the Honorable Archibald Campbell, and 271 Highlanders
17. It is taken from the French Honorable and ultimately derived from the Latin honorabilis (“worthy of honour”).
Honorable, Honorabilis, Honour
18. On'-er-a-b'-l (kabhedh; euschemon): In the Old Testament "Honorable" is for the most part the translation of kabhedh, properly, "to be heavy," "weighty" ( Genesis 34:19, the Revised Version (British and American) "honored"; Numbers 22:15; 1 Samuel 9:6; Isaiah 3:5, etc.); kabhodh, "weight," "heaviness," etc., occurs in Isaiah 5:13; hodh,
Honorable, Heavy, Honored, Heaviness, Hodh
19. In the United States the Honorable is a courtesy title used with the names of current and retired high-ranking federal and state officials and judges, and with some …
20. The definition of Honorable is a person with a high position, worthy of respect or with high morals
21. An example of Honorable is a Supreme Court judge
22. An example of Honorable is the Dalai Lama.
23. The prefix The Honourable (or The Honorable in the United States and the Philippines), abbreviated to The Hon., Hon., or The Hon'ble, is an honorific style that is …
Honourable, Honorable, Hon, Honorific
24. Honorable definition, in accordance with or characterized by principles of honor; upright: They were all Honorable men
25. The first 3 (Honorable, General, and Other Than Honorable) are administrative, even though they may be the result of some misstep on the part of the service member
26. The next 2 (Bad Conduct and DisHonorable) are punitive, meaning that they are the result of misconduct, criminal behavior, or even felony behavior on the part of the service member.
27. The Honourable a title used before the name of some government officials, and in the UK before the names of some people of high social rank: the Honourable Andrew Robinson the Honorable Daniel P
Honourable, High, Honorable
28. Anyone who consistently acts in a disHonorable manner eventually loses personal pride.
29. Honest, Honorable (adj) not disposed to cheat or defraud; not deceptive or fraudulent
30. An Honorable Discharge is an official release from the military
31. Deserving or winning honor and respect: led an Honorable life
32. Bringing distinction or recognition: Honorable service to one's nation
33. Possessing and characterized by honor: an Honorable person
34. Consistent with honor or good name: followed the only Honorable course of action
35. ‘this is the only Honorable course’
36. ‘a decent and Honorable man’
37. Definition of Honorable in the Definitions.net dictionary
38. What does Honorable mean? Information and translations of Honorable in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
39. Honorable Discharge from Army of the United States of America : Form WD AGO 280 Title : Certificate of Service, AVS : Form WD AGO 525 Title : Honorable Discharge from the United States Army : Form WD AGO 53 Title : Enlisted Record and Report of Separation Honorable Discharge : Form WD AGO 53-55 Title
40. Honorable definition: worthy of being honored Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
41. An Honorable person would have returned the money when they found it
42. Honroso (settlement) It was an Honorable defeat; the team couldn't have played better than they did.
Honroso, Honorable, Have
43. Matthew McConaughey says Texas governor run is an ‘Honorable thing’ he’s ‘giving consideration’ Actor, 51, told Jimmy Fallon he’s not opposed to a potential political run
44. Honorable adj adjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house." honest adj adjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house." El Honorable funcionario público jamás aceptó un soborno
Honorable, House, Honest
45. Honourable is an alternative form of Honorable
46. As adjectives the difference between honourable and Honorable is that honourable is (british spelling) while Honorable is (us) worthy of respect; respectable.
47. The Honorable Manhood Program introduces a man to the sizable calling he has received from God
Honorable, He, Has
48. It powerfully enunciates the unique and extraordinary make-up of his physical body, bringing surprising inspiration and clarity for right and Honorable living
49. Synonyms for Honorable in Free Thesaurus
50. 27 synonyms for Honorable: admirable, commendable, creditable, deserving, estimable, exemplary
51. Generally, in order to receive VA benefits and services, the Veteran’s character of discharge or service must be under other than disHonorable conditions (e.g., Honorable, under Honorable conditions, general).
52. Honorable adj adjetivo: Describe el sustantivo
53. The Honorable reverend was the guest of the mayor
54. El Honorable reverendo era el invitado del alcalde
55. 1 In this document, the phrase “other than Honorable discharge” refers to specific the administrative military discharge “under other than Honorable conditions.” Thus, this term does not encompass punitive discharges (disHonorable discharges, bad-conduct discharges, or officer dismissals), or other types of military discharges.
56. Honorable horse page with past performances, results, pedigree, photos and videos
57. Honorable horse rating and status
58. This is an Honorable and compulsively fascinating evening that disproves the notion that the playwright is merely a witty chronicler of mid-century, middle-class life.: Their motives were the usual mix of the Honorable, the base, and the subconscious.: In this way he was, in the truest and most Honorable sense, a conservative.: In a way, this is worse than the racism of white supremacists
59. An Other Than Honorable Discharge represents a significant departure from the conduct and performance expected of all military members
60. Generally, in order to receive VA benefits and services, the veteran’s character of discharge or service must be under "other than disHonorable" conditions (e.g., Honorable, under Honorable conditions, or
61. Applications also may be mailed to The Honorable Michael W
62. To me, baseball is as Honorable as any other business
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64. EDIT: I recuperated my "The Honorable" title upon reaching prestige level 5
65. Comment by MurderTooth Just an FYI: If you get this, the title will show up as "The Honorable" not "the Honorable" which means it won't be at the end with all the other "the" titles
66. In a remote Ande an pueblo, under constant military surveil lance, the family must cope with the hardships of their ``Honorable prison'': iso lation, boredom, hunger, illness, and fear.
Hardships, Honorable, Hunger
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