Definition of Honorability

1. Noun. (American spelling) (alternative form of honourability) ¹



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Definition of Honorability

1. [n -TIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Honorability

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honkytonk
honkytonks
honnor
honnour
honokiol
honor'd
honor guard
honor killing
honor killings
honor roll
honor rolls
honor system
honorabilities
honorability (current term)
honorable
honorable mention
honorableness
honorablenesses
honorably
honorand
honorands
honoraria
honoraries
honorarily
honorarium
honorariums
honorary
honorary degree

Literary usage of Honorability

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1. Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society by American Antiquarian Society (1907)
"So it was that at different times he was charged with offices of the highest importance and honorability. As a member of several political Commissions, ..."

2. German Society at the Close of the Middle Ages by Ernest Belfort Bax (1894)
"At the apex of the municipal society was the Bur- germeister and the so-called " honorability " (Ehrbarkeit), which consisted of the patrician gentes, ..."

3. Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New-York by John Romeyn Brodhead, Berthold Fernow, Edmund Bailey O'Callaghan, New York (State). Legislature (1881)
"... one or the other member of the Board had divulged it and done it with palpable honorability, to make out himself pure and white and me foul and black. ..."

4. Dwight's Journal of Music: A Paper of Art and Literature by John Sullivan Dwight (1865)
"... to obtain "honorability." in order to be able to sustain the part of a " gentleman," a man roust work frantically, trade and cheat, for the- purpose of ..."

5. The Law of Blockade: As Contained in the Report of Eight Cases Argued and by James Parker Deane (1855)
"I appeal to the mercy of English and French honorability. Most respectfully, JULIUS PLITT, Native and Citizen of ..."

6. The Chinese by John Stuart Thomson (1909)
"Pale Huan, the youth, finds that his honorability has been his downfall. His self-respecting poverty throughout his youth invited the persecution of those ..."

7. The Anarchists, Their Faith and Their Record, Including Sidelights on the by Ernest Alfred Vizetelly (1911)
"Grevy's personal honorability was never in question, but he was then eighty years of age, and had placed too much confidence in the husband of his only ..."

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