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honorable

(Honest), adjective beyond reproach, blameless, chaste, clean, creditable, decent, erect, esteemed, estimable, ethical, excellent reputation, fair, full of integrity, good, held in esteem, high-minded, high-principled, highly regarded, highly reputed, highly respectable, honored, immaculate, in favor, in good order, In high favor, in one's good books, inviolate, just, law-abiding, law-revering, manly, meritorious, moral, much esteemed, noble, of repute, prestigious, principled, pure, reputable, respectable, revered, reverend, right, right-minded, sinless, spotless, squeaky-clean, stainless, sterling, true-blue, truehearted, unblemished, uncorrupt, uncorrupted, undefiled, unspotted, unstained, unsullied, untarnished, upright, upstanding, venerable, virtuous, well-thought-of, worshipful, worth one's salt, worthy, yeomanly

honorable

(Judge), adjective acclaimed, adjudger, adjudicator, administrator of justice, admired, applauded, arbiter, arbitrator, assessor, celebrated, chancellor, elected, eminent, esteem, esteemed, exalted, eximious, favor, held, held in esteem or high, held in reepect, her honor, high, highly considered, highly regarded, highly reputed, his honor, honorable justice, honorary, honored, honorific, illustrious, in favor, in high, in high reeard, intercessor, interpreter, jurist, justice, justicer, marked, moderator, much admired, negotiator, noble, notable, noted, of mark, of note, one who dispenses justice, praetor, preeminent, prestigious, prominent, quaestor, referee, respected, revered, surrogate, the court, umpire, venerable, well-thought-of, widely acclaimed, your honor

honorable

(Upright), adjective august, awe-inspiring, dignified, estimable, ethical, high-minded, high-principled, honest, incorruptible, legitimate, moral, noble-minded, principled, respected, time-honored, to be trusted, tried and true, true, trustworthy, uncorrupted, upstanding, venerable
See also: bona fide, clean, conscientious, correct, equitable, ethical, exemplary, fair, high-minded, honest, impartial, incorruptible, ingenuous, just, law-abiding, loyal, magnanimous, meritorious, moral, obeisant, outstanding, prominent, pure, reliable, reputable, right, scrupulous, sterling, straightforward, upright
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The Honourable Justice Siddiqui asked, 'Do you interview before hiring, do you know how many journalists have fake degrees, do you look at any CVs for qualifications before hiring?
The House Leader, Honourable Femi Gbajabiamila as well as some other members suggested that to address the problem, the herdsmen should make use of ranches or colony to take care of their cows.
The Honourable Mlanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage.
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As for the Education and Research Committee, honourable Dr.
The honourable Mr Etho was described by the "reunionites" as a charming, portly gentleman who admitted to "a bit too much of the good life" when he tipped the scales at 110 kg; his ruddy complexion and facial spider naevi supporting his comment.
We also know that some honourable members will devote the rest of their lives to good causes (unpaid).
The Honourable Bill Graham - Leader of the Opposition - Graham.
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Stephanie Pearce, a former student of Algoma University College, received the Student Achievement Award Honourable Mention.
The Minister of Information and Development, Senator the Honourable Colin Campbell and the Minister of Tourism and Entertainment, the Honourable Aloun N'dombet Assamba will also be in attendance.
The Speaker, Honourable Yakubu Dogara, read the letter of defection of Honourable Agbonayinma during the plenary session.