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honored

adjective acclaimed, admired, adored, applauded, appreciated, approved, celebrated, considered, distinguished, esteemed, exalted, fabled, famed, famous, far-famed, glorified, held in highest esseem, held in highest regard, held in highest respect, highly regarded, honored, idolized, mythical, notable, noted, of mark, praised, prized, renowned, respected, revered, sought-after, time-honored, valued, well-known, well-thought-of, world-class, worshiped
See also: famous, illustrious, influential, outstanding, prominent, proud, renowned, reputable
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Wagenaar started working with the booster club when her daughter Tina was honored as a freshman three years ago.
color -- ran in AV edition only) Lancaster Councilman Ed Sileo speaks at the announcement of the newest men to be honored on the Aerospace Walk of Honor.
Nominations are evaluated by an independent board of CIO-level judges who select laureates, finalists and award winners in 10 industry-related categories, to be honored at a Laureate Medal Ceremony.
Sandra Abarca, Edward Kay, Ebony Smith and Ani Vartabetian were honored as outstanding graduating seniors.
Twenty-five athletes have been honored by Dial so far, including Herschel Walker, Derrick Brooks, Chris Speilman, Lisa Leslie, Bill Fralic, Jeff George, Cheryl Miller, Katie Smith, and Vicki Goetze.
Riverbend at Port Imperial was honored "Excellence in Curb Appeal -- High Rise Style" and "Best Property Built" between 1980 and 1999.
Honor is not in his hand who is honored," James quotes James Cleland approvingly, "but in the hearts and opinions of other men (1986, 312).
The technology achievements honored by this program are preserved and protected in national archives, and in over 350 universities, museums and research institutions throughout the world.
My response was that they might have been testing alongside all the others we've honored had they been given the opportunity.
Bell is being honored by the French government - as are the surviving veterans from the ``war to end all wars'' - with the Legion of Honor, one of that country's highest accolades.
A public speaker I'm not,'' said Johnson, who set a world speed record in 1948 in a F-86 fighter jet, ``but I'm honored to be here in the Mojave Desert, the best place in the world to fly, in the company of the best people and the best pilots.