It is my honour to have you as a guest tonight.
It's an honour to meet you.
No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks.
It depends on the person, but using "sir" for women (a title of honour for men) is very rude.
He is what we call an honour student.
Envy is the companion of honour.
That kind of behaviour affects your honour.
Sir William Lucas had been formerly in trade in Meryton, where he had made a tolerable fortune, and risen to the honour of knighthood by an address to the king during his mayoralty.
I give you my word of honour.
be honoured, feel honoured
He was a man of honour.
The brave man was honoured by the mayor for his efforts to save people in the fire.
She will be honoured for her work in promoting friendship between the two countries.
We are here today to honour the men and women who gave their lives for their country.
Upon my honour, I never met with so many pleasant girls in my life as I have this evening; and there are several of them you see uncommonly pretty.
2. to give someone an award
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e. g distinguish yourself
It seems that it's impossible to distinguish an obsessional neurosis from an intense love from a biochemical perspective.
Could you teach me how people distinguish between these words in common usage?
No matter how we try, it is impossible to distinguish good people from bad people by outward appearances.
We need to distinguish what a sentence could mean from what it actually does mean when used by one particular speaker on one particular occasion.
These days when I hear about these horrible incidents on the news I get the feeling that more and more young people are losing their ability to distinguish between real and virtual worlds.
You get to see the wood only when it becomes too difficult to distinguish individual trees.
The problem quoted isn't one, but there are problems in the reading section that ask you to distinguish relative pronouns from relative adverbs.
What is produced by our industry needs to distinguish itself by innovation and quality, never by price.
There is very little to distinguish it from the hundreds of other websites devoted to this subject.
Those bands distinguished themselves during the revolution in the sixties.
In Spock we can distinguish three classes that are able to override a behaviour of some other class or interface: Stubs, Mocks and Spies
Combination of classical music, improvisation and blues distinguish Deep Purple from the other bands. Their last concert delighted fans
Religion, which should most distinguish us from the beasts, and ought most particularly elevate us, as rational creatures, above brutes, is that wherein men often appear most irrational, and more senseless than beasts.
4. to distinguish oneself
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The awards ceremony is on February 20.
His new movie earned him an Academy Award.
She received the award
Bill was singled out for a special award.
The "People's Choice" award, by public polling, was announced again this year and Mel Gibson and Julia Roberts were selected as the most popular male, and female, film actors.
Mary received an award for her composition called "Secret love".
Despite criticism, the award procedure will not change.
Nelson Mandela was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993.
Twenty-year old Mandy was presented with an award by Princess Diana for her bravery and presence of mind during a horrific road accident last year.
We also try to see the films which have been given awards.
The prize is awarded annually.
I was awarded a $60,000 in damages at tribunal today.
They will award the title to the winner of the race.
I would like to get award in singing category.
He received an award of 10,000 pounds in compensation for his injuries.