honourably : Definition, Usages, News and More
- The resolution, jointly undertaken, can be honourably, conscientiously and properly withdrawn only after joint discussion and deliberation.
- John McCain in Globe and Mail
I've served this nation honourably for more than half a century,Mr. McCain, now 71, said at a news conference with his wife, Cindy, heiress to a brewing fortune, at his side.
- Barack Obama in Sify
All the candidates in this race have good ideas and all are patriots who serve this country honourably,Obama said.
- Ichiro Suzuki in News1130
We can all continue to speculate about things like that, but it won't take us anywhere,Suzuki said through a translator. "Since then, I've honestly expressed my feelings to him and he's listened to them honourably and gentlemanly like."