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  • a  worthy of being honored; entitled to honor and respect
  • s  adhering to ethical and moral principles

  • Speaker, Sir, the honourable member who has just sat down has charged my Right Honourable friend, the President of the Board of Trade, with having misrepresented the speech .
  • Tsar Lazar, of honourable stock, Of what kind will you have your kingdom? Do you want a heavenly kingdom? Do you want an earthly kingdom? If you want an earthly kingdom, says the .
  • Bless our land with honourable industry, sound learning, and pure manners.
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  • Donald Trump in Times Online
    It's the same answer the President of the United States gave; it's the same answer many people gave,Mr Trump said. "She gave an honourable answer; she gave an answer from her heart."
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton in Reuters UK
    They should be offered an honourable form of reconciliation and reintegration into a peaceful society, if they are willing to abandon violence, break with al Qaeda, and support the constitution,Clinton said.
  • Ehud Olmert in guardian.co.uk
    I will step aside properly in an honourable and responsible way, and afterwards I will prove my innocence,Olmert told reporters from a podium outside his Jerusalem office. "I want to make it clear - I am proud to be a citizen of a country...

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