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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhonorhon‧or /ˈɒnə $ ˈɑːnər/ noun [countable, uncountable]  x-refthe American spelling of honour
Examples from the Corpus
honorMay we bring honor to his name.Dole himself, his voice cracking, can barely get through his words: This is a great honor for Bob Dole.Still, he had lain upon her knees and slept in her arms and therefore he should have honor throughout his life.Congress did make feeble attempts to regain its honor.Winning tomorrow's game is a matter of national honor.They were not only demeaning their own masculine code of honor, but that of others.On the parlor floor, I found what I was looking for in a place of honor over the living-room fireplace.He's won an Academy Award and a host of other honors.a soldier's honorYet none has ever been given that honor.Unfortunately, it is difficult to give the Pittsburgh Steelers that honor.
From Longman Business Dictionaryhonorhonor the American spelling of honour