homage

[ hom-ij, om- ]SEE DEFINITION OF homage

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOMAGE

Ask the lover who kneels in homage to one who has no attractions for others.

I kneeled—I am ashamed to confess it—to do homage to the empty armour.

"I desired to offer my homage to your Eminence," said the young man.

She acknowledged their homage by bending her head, and giving them a quick look.

Under the same degree of homage are the nation of the Mattiacians.

All the Kings of faction received in their turns his homage and felicitations.

And still the unjust must appear just; that is 'the homage which vice pays to virtue.'

We cannot think so ill, however, of the homage paid to genius.

"With the Admiral's homage," he said, then bowed, and withdrew.

But you, his son, may convey all this and some other matters together with his homage to your uncle.

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