What is another word for honored?

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[ ˈɒnəd], [ ˈɒnəd], [ ˈɒ_n_ə_d]

There are several words that can be used as synonyms for honored. These include revered, esteemed, respected, adored, lauded, celebrated, prized, cherished, and venerated. Each of these words conveys a sense of respect and admiration. Being honored is a special privilege, and it is often bestowed on individuals who have accomplished great things or who have contributed to society in a significant way. Whether it's for a personal achievement or for their contributions to a particular field, being honored is a powerful recognition of their hard work and dedication. So, next time you want to express your appreciation for someone, consider using one of these synonyms for "honored".

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    What are the opposite words for honored?

    The word honored implies respect and esteem, but there are several antonyms to this word that convey the opposite meaning. Dishonored, disgraced, and shameful are all antonyms for honored. Dishonored suggests a loss of reputation, while disgraced implies shame and ignominy. Shameful, on the other hand, implies guilt and wrongdoing, and is often associated with something that is morally reprehensible. Other antonyms for honored include uncelebrated, unacknowledged, and disrespected. These words describe situations where people or actions are not recognized, appreciated, or valued, and are often associated with feelings of neglect or disregard.

    Usage examples for Honored

    "Then I am to suppose we shall be honored with your own presence on this occasion,-rare favor that it is," said her Ladyship.
    "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)"
    Charles James Lever
    "Which are seldom honored," the Judge remarked somewhat bitterly.
    "The Locusts' Years"
    Mary Helen Fee
    She honored Martin Collingwood that love had not been his whole existence.
    "The Locusts' Years"
    Mary Helen Fee

    Famous quotes with Honored

    • Those who educate children well are more to be honored than they who produce them; for these only gave them life, those the art of living well.
    • I'm always honored, but I think for every 100 of those that come along, one of them is actually going to happen. And, the fact that this was an offer on a major film that had a start date, was pretty impressive.
      Adam Arkin
    • I'll continue to work to ensure that safety and I am honored to have earned the endorsement of the men and women who provide public safety in our city.
      Alan Autry
    • Measured by any standard, white or black, Washington must be regarded today as one of the great men of this country: and in the future he will be so honored.
      Ray Stannard Baker
    • So one important lesson of Vietnam is, the first casualty of an unwise and unjust war are the American troops called on to fight it. Their service should be honored.
      Paul Begala

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