Critics have already corrected misleading “facts” in the 17-minute homage.
This photograph references Voodoo and is homage to African slaves.
However, many Jewish fashionistas were flattered by the homage and Gaultier's good-natured admiration for the Orthodox aesthetic.
My new book, Celebrity Chekhov, is an homage and a travesty.
Others have also found exaggerations in homage to Catalonia.
It is still more surprising to realize how sincere and devoted is all this homage.
Ask the lover who kneels in homage to one who has no attractions for others.
The human race was already becoming degenerate, since it curtailed its homage and its offerings to the dead!
I kneeled—I am ashamed to confess it—to do homage to the empty armour.
And the men of the earldom came and did homage to Owen, and he became the Earl of the Fountain.
late 13c., from Old French homage (12c., Modern French hommage) "allegiance or respect for one's feudal lord," from homme "man," from Latin homo (genitive hominis) "man" (see homunculus). Figurative sense of "reverence, honor shown" is from late 14c. As a verb, from 1590s (agent noun homager is from c.1400).