honorable[ on-er-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF honorable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HONORABLE
They were honorable men and would have scorned the course pursued by the ministers.
I trust that I am now the prisoner of some honorable knight or gentleman.
In all this, the journalist of the future may find an honorable place.
Sez I, "I'd be honorable about it if I wuz in your place, and own up."
But he was very single-minded and honorable, and had much charm of manner.
I was given to understand you were tired of me, and too honorable to say so.
Could begin the work of seduction—in honorable fashion, so to speak.
His ancestry is among the most honorable known in American society.
Exactly; just as I maintain all that is honorable and disinterested.
Well, the ways of honorable gentlemen are to me unaccountable.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR HONORABLE
- laid on the line
- like it is
- talking turkey
- up front