The repository contains six quotes in the category “Honor.”
See that you come not to woo honor, but to wed it.
1564 — 1616
All's Well that Ends Well
Honour, worthily obtained, is in its nature a personal thing, and incommunicable to any but those who had some share in obtaining it.
1706 — 1790
All honor’s wounds are self-inflicted.
1835 — 1919
It is a worthier thing to desire honor than to possess it.
1654 — 1734
Honor is purchased by the deeds we do; honor is not won until some honorable deed is done.
1564 — 1593
He that desires honor is not worthy of honor.