Definition of honorably in US English:

honorably

adverb

  • See honorable

    • ‘We'd all like to think that if you conduct yourself honorably and decently and fairly, you'll never come under attack.’
    • ‘You will come out of this honourably if you know that your cause is just.’
    • ‘He had reached a wrong conclusion, but there was every indication that he had come to this decision honestly and honourably.’
    • ‘We will be vigorously defending this action as we are satisfied that we have behaved both responsibly and honourably in every way in our dealings with him.’
    • ‘The government ‘must now act honourably and charge or release all those currently held’.’

Pronunciation

honorably

/ˈänrəblē/