A time-honoured tiger story with old hands, used to tell how the Soonderbund tigers got carried out to sea.
My father is dead and I am heir to great estates and a time-honoured name.
In which they followed the time-honoured usage of embattled hosts, or at least of their respective war correspondents.
It came in time-honoured forms—those of horses and of a woman.
Having broken the news, Gwen went on to minimise its seriousness; a time-honoured method, perhaps the best one.
The Comedians were a time-honoured institution at Grandcourt.
Nor need we strip the romance from that time-honoured tale of the great master's solitude.
The cooking of this soup was an ancient, time-honoured custom.
Yet the time-honoured Show was found to be possessed of wonderful vitality.
time-honoured institution, from which no scribbling traveller should depart.