honorary

[ on-uh-rer-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF honorary

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HONORARY

“Honorary,” muttered the Assistant Commissioner through his teeth.

In 1875 he was created an honorary member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.

Some years ago, your good town did me the honour of making me an honorary Burgess.

"Why, you've been made an honorary member of the athletic committee," Ned went on.

After her death in 1896 the office of honorary president was abolished.

He joined the staff of that General, with the honorary rank of Captain.

He was rewarded by General Jackson with the honorary title of Major.

It is very sporting of this saint to have accepted this honorary office.

Miss Anthony was "moved up," as she expressed it, to Honorary President.

For a year he was an honorary Attache at one of the big Embassies.

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