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adjective as in respected

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“While the roaster is no stranger to this award—Compass had five consecutive wins in this category through 2022—the Compass Team is incredibly honored to win this year,” says Compass VP Max Deem.

Our mission — to empower our audience through understanding — has never been more clear, and we are so honored that you want to play an important role in it.

From Vox

From a representation place, I feel honored to be a part of it.

From Eater

She spoke humbly, admitted when she didn’t know answers, and stressed how honored and excited she would be to learn more and to work with everyone in the room.

Since then, Jamshed, like much of the country he once honored in song, has gone through a religious revival.

The honored dead came from all over the world, from different lands, spoke different languages.

They have rights as women and those rights will be honored.

Requests received more than sixty (60) days after January 31st, 2015, will not be honored.

This week, on December 10th, Human Rights Day, she will receive the Nobel Prize—the youngest person ever to be honored.

It was the Frenchman whom Lady Victoria had honored with so much of her attention the evening before.

Men conspicuous in life for knowledge, bravery, or other noble qualities and unusual merits are honored after death.

What did it mean, and who was this young girl who honored with such gracious memorials the grave of my long-buried sister?

From that night we were accorded all the privileges of honored guests in the great hacienda.

Madame Guillaume, surprised at this manly delicacy, honored her husband with a nod of approval.


On this page you'll find 48 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to honored, such as: dignified, distinguished, esteemed, privileged, recognized, and revered.

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