have the honor of (doing something)

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have the honor of (doing something)

A phrase used when one very pleased about something that has bestowed upon them. I can't believe I have the honor of being your Best Man!
See also: have, honor, of
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have the ˈhonour of something/of doing something

(formal) be given the opportunity to do something that makes you feel proud and happy: May I have the honour of the next dance?
See also: have, honour, of, something
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I met her in the street this afternoon, and she wished to know if she might have the honour of waiting on you after dinner, sir.'