[ on-er-bound ]
/ ˈɒn ərˈbaʊnd /
bound by or placed under the obligation of honor: She felt honor-bound to defend her friend.
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Idioms and Phrases with honor bound
Obliged by one's personal integrity, as in She was honor bound to admit that it was her work and not her sister's. Also see on one's honor.
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