unhonoured

unhonoured

or

unhonored

adj
not honoured
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Thus Achilles, in Homer, complains of Agamemnon's treating him like an unhonoured stranger; for a stranger or sojourner is one who does not partake of the honours of the state: and whenever the right to the freedom of the city is kept obscure, it is for the sake of the inhabitants.
Now no more My doors were thronged; few were the cavaliers That lingered by my side; so I became A trader's wife, the chattel of a slave Whose lord was gold, who, parting, little recked Of separation and the unhonoured bride.
What wouldn't I give to have here" (he mentioned a name not unhonoured in British Art).
But I would not have my Esther's bright example lost; I would not have a jot of my dear girl's virtues unobserved and unhonoured; I would not have her admitted on sufferance into the line of Morgan ap-Kerrig, no, not for the weight in gold of all the mountains in Wales!"
A Benin high chief, Chief David Edebiri, the Esogban of Benin who spoke on behalf of the association in Benin yesterday said that it was unfair that Enahoro, the late Adolor of Uromi, Edo State was being left unhonoured among the Titans who fought for the independence of Nigeria.
At the moment, a SACCO notifies defaulting member of their unhonoured loan payments and also informs their guarantors.
The doctor-lecturers have also given a strike notice over unhonoured pay increase.
(323-31; The tomb of Agamemnon, left unhonoured, has neveryet received libations nor a branch of myrtle; his altar is barren, devoid of offerings.
All modes of governance, policies, and legislation that proceed from the settler nation state are, in essence, to support these aims--land theft, slavery, unhonoured treaties, residential schools, urban gentrification, policing, and prisons to name but a few.
He left the world unnoticed, and unhonoured. How fastest, easiest, and most useful this electronic mailing system, email, is!
Against Millais's spineless "deference to the opinion of the middle classes," he contrasts "another," whose "immaculate devotion to art" has resulted in his "living in a destitute and unhonoured obscurity" (Savoy 58).
A few years later, Shastriji died unsung and unhonoured.