Definition of honourability in English:

honourability

(US honorability)

noun

  • [mass noun] The quality of bringing or deserving honour:

    ‘she was the essence of kindness, honourability, and integrity’
    • ‘It recognizes the honorability of deferring dreams for the sake of protecting the people you love.’
    • ‘But as her closer association with Mr. Darcy had worn down her earlier prejudices, she had come to put a great deal of faith in his essential honourability.’
    • ‘"What has been said and reported is an offence to the honourability of the Portuguese FA."’
    • ‘He brought that honourability with him into the classroom, and at the end of the day it was his young pupils who were the real beneficiaries of it.’
    • ‘It's not every day you will come across a man of his decency, honourability and sheer good nature, and even if you tried it would be impossible to find a flaw in the make up of his character.’
    • ‘Despite his years of preaching the essential honorability of man, van Merkensteijn never expected that all his employees would be paragons.’
    • ‘Honourability and integrity might well have been his middle names, and when he retired and put the uniform away he did so with a record of service behind him that anyone would be proud and indeed privileged to have.’
    • ‘But those of us who know you, know of your honorability and integrity as a certainty.’
    • ‘The woman was childless, and her "sentiments of piety and honorability" guaranteed "a favorable future" to the girl she hoped to receive.’
    • ‘The obvious concepts of taking the high ground, having the sun at your back, forcing your opponent to the edge, etc. all fail to pass the fairness and honorability test.’

Pronunciation

honourability

/ˈɒn(ə)rəbɪlɪti/