honorably

[ on-er-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF honorably

Synonyms for honorably

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He couldn't possibly have come by it honorably or without knowing what it was.

And I can't speak to her, honorably, without telling her everything.

Of the chief Boston politicians, all ended their days honorably.

I hope you will always carry yourself as honorably as you did today.

In his embarrassment Hale blundered upon the thought he had honorably avoided.

Every hand was raised; and the pledge, there was evidence to believe, was honorably sustained.

If I could have mourned him honorably and felt that my grief was dignified!

A quarter would buy him a breakfast, and it would be honorably earned too.

“He has served his time honestly and honorably,” is the reply.

Philadelphia is honorably associated with the glories of our navy.

WORD ORIGIN

early 14c. (mid-13c. as a surname), from Old French honorable, from Latin honorabilis "that procures honor, estimable, honorable," from honorare "to honor" (see honor (n.)). Related: Honorably.

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