Developed by: W. Huitt
Last revised: May 2004

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To be honorable means to bring distinction and recognition to oneself and one's behavior. It is to establish a good name in terms of words, values, commitments, and deeds. An honorable person is high-minded and worthy of being esteemed and highly-regarded.

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