Similar words: respect, respective, disrespect, respectable, irrespective, respectively, with respect to, irrespective of. Meaning: [rɪ'spekt] adj. 1. receiving deferential regard 2. having or worthy of pride.
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1. The old should be well respected.
2. They respected diplomatic immunity as valid.
3. The pianist is well respected.
4. All non-violent religious and political beliefs should be respected equally.
5. Her energy and intellect are respected all over the world.
6. He is also respected for his brilliance as an artist.
7. Good and bad alike respected the teacher.
8. He was a respected academic and above suspicion.
9. Copernicus justified his innovation by citing respected authorities.
10. His actions made him universally respected.
11. His actions made him respected.
12. She was much respected for her knowledge of herbs.
13. He is very well respected in the business world.
14. She is widely respected as a politician.
15. He was greatly respected by his brother doctors.
16. He is highly respected for his novels and plays.
17. Oxford and Cambridge universities are internationally respected institutions.
18. He was greatly respected by his brother officers.
19. He is highly respected in boxing circles.
20. He was particularly respected for his great age.
21. She respected him for his honesty.
22. Some newspapermen respected too many sacred cows.
23. WWF is internationally respected for its conservation work.Sentencedict
24. I think you'd agree he's a very respected columnist.
25. Arvinda is a respected musicologist.
26. Charlemagne was respected as a just ruler.
27. Darwin transformed a backward-looking organisation into a respected art school.
28. A number of institutions revered and respected in earlier times have become Aunt Sally for the present generation.
29. One common Chinese notion is that the elders ought to be respected.
30. She said she wanted to leave, and her father respected her wishes .
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