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honourable

adjective
 
/ˈɒnərəbl/ UK
( US honorable) honest and fair, or deserving praise and respect: a decent, honourable man →  Opposite dishonourable Honesty, openness and sincerity
the Honourable a title used before the name of some important government officialsGovernment ministers and civil servantsNames and titles a title used in the UK before the name of certain people of high social rankRoyalty, aristocracy and titles
honourably adverb
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