Similar words: coherence, reference, difference, preference, conference, make a difference, currency, revert. Meaning: [ɪ'revərəns] n. 1. an irreverent mental attitude 2. a disrespectful act.
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1. His irreverence for authority marks him out as a troublemaker.
2. Miller refused to testify, and paid for his irreverence by being officially labeled a pinko.
3. Informed irreverence carries certain risks into the heartland of self-interest.
4. With this Charles Shultz-like irreverence, the Swonkmeisters clue us in to their special spirituality.
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5. True irreverence is disrespect for another man's god.
6. We live in a culture of irreverence. In the name of making people laugh, we make a mockery of everything.
7. His passion for popular culture infuses his designs irreverence, color and energy.
8. He added humor, irreverence, and a strong speaking style that captivated the audience.
9. Irreverence, for example, used at the right time can lighten a mood.
10. We need torch relay, not irreverence to dead, but to bring pride to China!
11. Mark Twain said irreverence is the champion of liberty, if not its only defender.
12. These adjectives mean showing or marked by irreverence or contempt for what is sacred.
13. This versatile attitude mixes fun and irreverence with edgy style.
14. It is in defense of democracy against this everpresent danger that a literacy based upon informed irreverence is most desperately needed.
15. The anger that once greeted Clinton from opponents, and the cheeky irreverence even from sympathizers, may be receding.
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