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unbelligerent

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agreeable, amiable, amicable, civil, compatible, congenial, cordial, friendly, genial, inoffensive.
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Correct spelling:
honors

Synonyms:

adverb
magna cum laude
with great praise.
noun
celebrations
Ceremonies, Festivities, Holidays, acclamations, carousals, celebrations, commemorations, commencements, convocations, feasts, glees, inaugurations, joys, jubilations, jubilees, observances, ovations, proclamations, remembrances, revelries, rituals, sprees.
distinction
award, favor, garland, kudos, medal, prize, wreath.
titles
colors, Crowns, Roles, ranks, positions, graces, crests, shields, titles, reverences, coronets, garlands, chevrons, decorations.
virtues
ethics, Decencies, Moralities, Virtues, merits.
verb
celebrates
trumpets, Parties, proclaims, observes, acclaims, carouses, celebrates, cheers, commemorates, enjoys, exults, fetes, frolics, glorifies, hails, hallows, inaugurates, jubilates, lauds, makes merry, memorializes, praises, rejoices, revels, salutes, solemnizes, venerates.
pay
meed.
prides
boasts, glories, prides.
respects
respects, defers, admires, esteems, reveres, regards.
rewards
Gives, Grants, Rewards, compensates, entices, lures, induces, remunerates, awards, tips, treats, pays, tempts, sweetens.
Examples of usage:
  1. If events here will allow me, I shall be delighted to accompany you, and do the honors as well as I can. – Man and Wife by Wilkie Collins
  2. She felt she was getting on finely doing the honors. – Marcia Schuyler by Grace Livingston Hill Lutz
  3. In that way Sir Victor Catheron honors me, and in no other. – A Terrible Secret by May Agnes Fleming
  4. Jared Ingersoll, an old and highly respectable lawyer, rose to say, May it please your honors, I believe Mr. Hopper is correct in his opinion. – Isaac T. Hopper by L. Maria Child
  5. I do not intend to take her honors from her; but I will save her a world of trouble in management- be as useful to her as a housekeeper. – East Lynne by Mrs. Henry Wood

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