- 01. When Sears took over Eaton's department stores, the owners agreed to [honor] any Eaton's gift certificates sold to customers prior to the take-over.02. It is a great [honor] to be invited to speak to you tonight.03. It is very exciting to have the [honor] of competing for my country at the Olympics.04. The young girl was [honored] by the mayor for saving a little boy who fell through the ice while skating on a local lake.05. My father was always a very decent, [honorable] man.06. I hope he will still [honor] our original agreement even if prices have gone up a bit since we made it.07. Dr. Martin Luther King was [honored] with the Nobel Peace Prize for his fight for civil rights in the U.S.08. Shakespeare wrote that the sword can never win the [honor] which one loses.09. Midori Koto once said that [honor] isn't about making the right choices. It's about dealing with the consequences.10. There is a Dutch proverb which states that it is better to be poor with [honor] than rich with shame.11. In 1985, actor Jimmy Stewart was awarded the Medal of Freedom by the United States government, our nation's highest civilian [honor].12. The Arch of Titus was erected in 81 A.D. to [honor] Titus' capture of Jerusalem and his suppression of a Jewish rebellion.13. Pop star Vitamin C was [honored] when designer Tommy Hilfiger named a lipstick after her.14. There are holidays in Japan to [honor] children who are three, five, and seven years old.15. In November 2001, Nelson Mandela was made an [honorary] citizen of Canada.16. In Korean culture, the old are [honored], and the young are prized.17. The Greeks held Zeus, King of the Gods, in great [honor], and built many temples for him.18. For the people of Lebanon, [honor] is highly valued, and is often considered more important than income.19. The nation of Bolivia was named in [honor] of Simon Bolivar, a great South American hero.
Grammatical examples in English. 2013.