Definition of Honourer

1. Noun. (alternative form of honorer) ¹



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Definition of Honourer

1. honorer [n -S] - See also: honorer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Honourer

honour killing
honour killings
honour roll
honour rolls
honour system
honourabilities
honourability
honourable
honourableness
honourably
honourarium
honourary
honoured
honouree
honourees
honourer (current term)
honourers
honourest
honoureth
honourific
honouring
honourless
honourous
honours
honours degree
honours list
honourworthy
hons
honu
honus

Literary usage of Honourer

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1. The Diary of John Evelyn, Esq., F.R.S.: To which are Added a Selection from by John Evelyn, Henry Benjamin Wheatley, William Bray (1906)
"I am ever, Your most obedient servant and honourer, S. PEPYS. Mr. Evelyns second Letter to Mr. Pepys, in prosecution of his former one ..."

2. The Lives of the Seven Bishops Committed to the Tower in 1688: Enriched and by Agnes Strickland, Elisabeth Strickland (1866)
"... that 1 am, " Your great honourer, " And humbly devoted servant, "JN. LAKE. " March IS, 1668." In the following autumn Lake obtained the rich living of ..."

3. Pearls of the Faith: Or, Islam's Rosary; Being the Ninety-nine Beautiful by Edwin Arnold (1883)
"... by this title celebrate The " honourer" Whose favour maketh great. SAY " God/' say " Lord of all! Kingdoms and kings Thou makest and ..."

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