Definition: honor; tribute; great respect; Ex. pay/do homage to
Definition: honor; tribute; great respect; Ex. pay/do homage to
Sentences Containing 'homage'
She acknowledged their homage by bending her head, and giving them a quick look.
``Detestation of the high is the involuntary homage of the low.''
``It is a tone of fervent admiration, true homage, and deep love, Doctor Manette!''
The devoutest person could have rendered no greater homage to the efficacy of an honest prayer than he did in this distrust of his wife.
Thus, under the name of Order and Civil Government, we are all made at last to pay homage to and support our own meanness.
He could not well have helped it, I hung with such homage on his words and so plainly showed that I felt honored by his notice.
Such a people, and such achievements as theirs, compel homage.
Morrel seized the count's hand and kissed it; the count allowed him to pay the homage he felt due to him.
If thou my homage wilt not scorn, Thy fortune, watched by envious eyes, On wings of poesy upborne Shall be exalted to the skies.
And yet, wretched cripple as I made myself by this act of homage to Dora, I walked miles upon miles daily in the hope of seeing her.
Upon my honour,' said Mr. Micawber, indefinitely kissing his hand and bowing with his genteelest air, 'I do Homage to Miss Wickfield!
My young heart had no room in its homage for any such poor reference.
My homage to Miss Wickfield, is a flight of arrows in my bosom.
On, on we flew; and our offing gained, the Moss did homage to the blast; ducked and dived her bows as a slave before the Sultan.
The sailors, mostly poor devils, cringed, and some of them fawned before him; in obedience to his instructions, sometimes rendering him personal homage, as to a god.
"He turns and turns him to it,--how slowly, but how steadfastly, his homage-rendering and invoking brow, with his last dying motions.
The album's fourth single, "Oh Father", is "an homage to Simon Garfunkel and tells the story of an abused child."
Krogzilla's appetite for cats was an homage to ALF from the television series ALF.
The community was named "Usonia" in homage to Wright, whose ideas on the way Americans should live together guided their plan.
The film presented as a farewell concert of "The Band" was perceived by him like an homage to the whole generation who in the 70's brought Rock at its height.
In addition to the sculpture, there are 27 plaques with the name of each person; the memorial also has a monolith to pay homage to the martyrs.
It was the last Raffles work written by Hornung, although a number of continuations have been written by other authors in a mixture of parody and homage.
He installed himself in the castle and received the homage and salutations of the citizens.
However, DVD Verdict called this episode a "The Shining" homage with an "unsubtle metaphor" that "misogyny is BAD."
The name is kind of just an ode to Chet Baker and the mood of music he used to play—something I would like to at least pay homage to in my own music."
The book, illustrated with ink portraits drawn by the Constructivist artist Marcel Janco, was, its title notwithstanding, a homage to writers of several generations.
Vettriano worked with the Italian photographer Fredi Marcarini, both on a series of photographs for the 'Homage à Tuiga' exhibition and on a tripytch of portrait shots.
The Spider Dopant is an homage to the inhumanoid from the original "Kamen Rider" television series.
The Bat Dopant is an homage to the inhumanoid from the original "Kamen Rider" television series.
In 1378, Arthaud de Villedieu paid homage to the Count of Forez for the house and the tower of Essalois which oversaw the Loire.
Mamet has spoken of his belief that the tiles are an homage and seems flattered by them.
It specified that William was to hold northern Tripoli and pay homage to Tancred while Bertrand was to hold south Tripoli as a vassal of Baldwin.
Nevertheless, the County of Tripoli owed fealty (allegiance) and homage (declarations of allegiance) to him, and he, in return, provided support to the county in times of trouble.
During one scene, Michael puts his Dundie on his desk, a homage to the final shot in the series opening sequence.
He was also styled Skanderbeg II, in homage to Skanderbeg, the national hero.
McLaughlin pays homage to Asimov by naming the protagonist "Isak" and naming a historical figure Duke "Lagash", the name of the planet in "Nightfall".
However, the IGN reviewer thought that while the conversation with Grayson was an "hilarious homage to Leonard Nimoy, it seemed completely superfluous in terms of the overall storyline."
"Riley B. King" is a homage to B.B. King.
It is performed for invocation of deities and spirits as well as to pay homage to royalty and guests.
A model for the homage of the Magi might have been provided, it has been suggested, by the journey to Rome of King Tiridates I of Armenia, with his magi, to pay homage to the Emperor Nero, which took place in 66 AD, a few years before the date assigned to the composition of the Gospel of Matthew.
Mar Isaac, chief of the Academy of Sura, paid homage to the caliph, and received privileges from him.
The "Section d'Or" group founded by some of the most prominent Cubists was in effect an homage to Seurat.
The residents of the Duchy of Legnica-Złotoryja were obliged to paid homage to both Dukes.
So, as soon as Odumodu appeared to the public view, after paying homage to Ani.
During this periods inlaws pays homage to their father inlaws with gifts.
Lulu's Celestial Weapon is the Onion Knight, a homage to "Final Fantasy III".
Mottola chose the name Casablanca, in homage to the Casablanca Records once run by Neil Bogart.
Shahbeg received the homage of certain Sahtah and Sodha chiefs.
It also particularly pays homage to Yasser Arafat and Prince Alwaleed.
Bernstein leapt at the opportunity to work with Scorsese, and to pay homage to Herrmann.
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