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field of honour

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Definition of field of honour in English:

noun

The place where a duel or battle is fought.
Example sentences
  • An engagement on what in those days was known as the field of honor cut short Burk's work on the fourth volume of his Virginia history.
  • It leaked out here to-day that two very prominent Mexican citizens had met on the field of honor last evening, on the American side of the Rio Grande.

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