Honorific in a sentence

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Definition of Honorific

  • Conferring honor; tending to honor.
  • an expression of respect

How to use honorific in a sentence. Honorific pronunciation.

Also, abbreviated honorifics have no trailing period, and the word show is spelt shew.
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The immediate installation of his successor, and the uninterrupted continuance of the advance, do not mean that Moses is not honoured or is forgotten, for the narrative lovingly links his honorific title, 'the servant of the Lord,' with the mention of his death; and God Himself does the same, for he is thrice referred to in the divine command to Joshua, as the recipient of the promise of the conquest, as the example of the highest experience of God's all- sufficing companionship, and as the medium by which Israel received the law.
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These words require a noun after them; e.g., _cono fito_ 'this man' with _cono mono_ having the same meaning but not being an honorific expression.
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If the verb is in the second or third person, the _i_ is changed to _g_ and again the verb _ari,u_ is added, or an honorific particle depending upon what the person deserves, or without it as an absolute form.
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The words which follow have honorific particles that have (74 been added by the speaker.
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All forms occurring in the text with the honorific _gozaru_, etc. are indexed as _aru_, etc.
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In the honorific inscriptions and in the writings of the learned, philanthropy (φιλανθρωπία) is by far the most prominent characteristic of the God upon earth.
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She bowed to Dudley's merits; she read off the honorific pedimental letters of a handsome statue, for a sign to herself that she passed it.
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Associated Words: timocracy, timocratic, honorary, honorific. hood, n. cowl, fascinator, capote, capoch, camail, amice, chaperon, capuchin, bashlyk (Russia).
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Accordingly he rose to his feet-and bowed.-"Sir," said he, with all prescribed honorifics, "undoubtedly you are victorious.
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Examples of Honorific

Example #1
These have been left as printed in the original text.
Example #2
The edition from which this play was taken was printed without most contractions, such as dont for don't and so forth.
Example #3
The lessons to be drawn from these severely condensed records, cut down to the bone, as it were, are plain.
Example #4
His marriage with Jezebel, and the flood of Baal worship which that let loose over the land, are told with horror, in preparation for Elijah's appearance like a dark background that throws up a brilliant figure.
Example #5
These forms are in the neuter gender and are not followed by nouns.
Example #6
Their plurals are _corera_, _sorera_, and _arera_, while the others follow the common rules.