• Definition for "honour"
    • Chiefly British Variant of honor.
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  • Sentence for "honour"
  • Quotes for "honour"
    • "Shelley is truth itself and honour…"
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  • Urban Dictionary for "honour"
    • Origin Latin "Honor"1. large respect.2. pride…
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honour in a quote

"Shelley is truth itself and honour itself notwithstanding his out-of-the-way notions about religion."

"Why should we honour those that die upon the field of battle? A man may show as reckless a courage in entering into the abyss of himself."

"He's a legend and I respect his work, so I went down and paid my respects when Charlton was on the set. He was nice but I think he lied a little. He said it was an honour to be in a movie with me, but I don't believe it."

"I grow daily to honour facts more and more, and theory less and less. A fact, it seems to me, is a great thing a sentence printed, if not by God, then at least by the Devil."

"There is greatness in the fear of God, contentment in faith of God, and honour in humility."

"When the honour is given to that scientist personally the happiness is sweet indeed. Science is, on the whole, an informal activity, a life of shirt sleeves and coffee served in beakers."

"I grow daily to honour facts more and more, and theory less and less. A fact, it seems to me, is a great thing a sentence printed, if not by God, then at least by the Devil."

"One thing I have frankly decided is that when it comes to political reform we have two conservative parties in British politics. Both the Labour and Conservative parties have constantly and repeatedly failed to honour promises they have made about reforming, cleaning, modernising our clapped-out system."

"There is greatness in the fear of God, contentment in faith of God, and honour in humility."

"Fairest and dearest, your wrath and anger are more heavy than I can bear but learn that I cannot tell what you wish me to say without sinning against my honour too grievously."

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