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place of honour

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishplace of honourplace of honourADMIREthe seat or place which is given to the most important guest or object The vase she gave me occupies the place of honor in my living room. honour
Examples from the Corpus
place of honourStan Wood is the man and he can already claim a place of honour amongst the great fossil hunters of the world.It is right that they should be given a place of honour in the history of ancient art.Richard Wilson, the genius of landscape painting, has a place of honour.They enjoyed the greetings of people in the street and they loved places of honour at banquets.It had the place of honour because, as he'd said earlier, it was unique.His portrait hangs in the place of honour in the Boston office of the Anglian Water Authority.They were brought out on only a few special occasions and were always carefully washed and returned to their place of honour.
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