Definition of honour-bound in English:


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[with infinitive]
Morally obliged to do something: the state is honour-bound to listen and act I feel honour-bound to pay this money
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  • I am launching my book on the 25th and I am honor-bound to Simon and Schuster not to comment on the book before that date.
  • I told them I considered myself honor-bound by what I had said to the sergeant that night, and would not transmit anything without his agreement.
  • I feel honor-bound to correct the attribution from this day forward when I pass it on.

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