I suppose one could argue that they were written by a friend, and Paul is honorably protecting that friend from scrutiny.
Peters joined the Navy Reserve in 1993 and was honorably discharged in 2008, the year he was elected to Congress.
He was honorably discharged, and moved to California where he worked in the emergency room, earning praise from colleagues.
“I commend Mr. Santorum for handling this honorably,” Taylor said.
Of the chief Boston politicians, all ended their days honorably.
Every hand was raised; and the pledge, there was evidence to believe, was honorably sustained.
He honestly served out the term of his enlistment and was honorably discharged.
If I could have mourned him honorably and felt that my grief was dignified!
He seemed to consider himself beyond the risk of danger, and he accepted his happiness as does one who had honorably earned it.
“He has served his time honestly and honorably,” is the reply.
early 14c. (mid-13c. as a surname), from Old French honorable, from Latin honorabilis "that procures honor, estimable, honorable," from honorare "to honor" (see honor (n.)). Related: Honorably.
"Now, George, you must divide the cake honorably with your brother Charlie."--George: "What is 'honorably,' mother?" "It means that you must give him the largest piece."--George: "Then, mother, I should rather Charlie would cut it." ["Smart Sayings of Bright Children," collected by Howard Paul, 1886]