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Honourable vs. Honorable

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  • Honourable (adjective)

    alternative form of honorable

  • Honourable (adjective)

    A courtesy title applied to a cabinet minister, minister of state, or senator

  • Honorable (adjective)

    Worthy of respect; respectable.

  • Honorable (adjective)

    misspelling of honourable

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  • Honourable (adjective)

    showing or characterized by honor and integrity;

    "an honorable man"

    "led an honorable life"

    "honorable service to his country"

  • Honourable (adjective)

    used as a title of respect;

    "my honorable colleague"

    "our worthy commanding officer"

  • Honourable (adjective)

    adhering to ethical and moral principles;

    "it seems ethical and right"

    "followed the only honorable course of action"

    "had the moral courage to stand alone"

  • Honorable (adjective)

    not disposed to cheat or defraud; not deceptive or fraudulent;

    "honest lawyers"

    "honest reporting"

    "an honest wage"

    "honest weight"

  • Honorable (adjective)

    showing or characterized by honor and integrity;

    "an honorable man"

    "led an honorable life"

    "honorable service to his country"

  • Honorable (adjective)

    used as a title of respect;

    "my honorable colleague"

    "our worthy commanding officer"

  • Honorable (adjective)

    adhering to ethical and moral principles;

    "it seems ethical and right"

    "followed the only honorable course of action"

    "had the moral courage to stand alone"

  • Honorable (adjective)

    deserving of esteem and respect;

    "all respectable companies give guarantees"

    "ruined the family's good name"

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