***** NOT A TEACHER *****
If I were you, I would definitely NOT use the term "honorable reviewer" if you want to write natural-sounding language to an American.
If the American knows that English is not your first language and that you come from a culture where such terms are common, s/he will understand your use of such a term. Nevertheless, it would sound very unusual and even make the person chuckle (gently laugh).
Please remember that when native speakers use such a term to other native speakers, they do so in order to be humorous or even sarcastic.
Just thank the reviewer. Maybe something like:
"I want to thank you very much for your helpful suggestions. They have been incorporated in the revised edition."
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