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Sentence count:47Posted:2016-12-07Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: admireadorecherishesteemhonoridolizeloveprizerespectvalueworshipSimilar words: reverentirreverentirreverencerevertfor everreversesevereseverelyMeaning: [rɪ'ver /rɪ'vɪə]  n. 1. American silversmith remembered for his midnight ride (celebrated in a poem by Longfellow) to warn the colonists in Lexington and Concord that British troops were coming (1735-1818) 2. a lapel on a woman's garment; turned back to show the reverse side. v. 1. love unquestioningly and uncritically or to excess; venerate as an idol 2. regard with feelings of respect and reverence; consider hallowed or exalted or be in awe of. 
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1. I revere him greatly.
2. Students revere the old professors.
3. This semester they imitate Faulkner, reject Beckett, revere Rich.
4. Most of us revere the Bible, but few of us read it regularly.
5. About 125 people were briefly evacuated from a Revere elderly housing complex until the high tide passed uneventfully.
6. Whether we invoke him, or revere him, or simply live in fear of him, this deity is always dangerous.
7. Students revere the old professor.
8. People wondered why Revere was on the Delaware quarter.
9. Paul Revere, in fact, was a flatware craftsman.
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10. Why did Paul Revere succeed with his famous warning?
11. Charity is an attitude to save and revere.
12. I revere that foremost Dhamma, the destroyer of darkness.
13. The Hindu people of this 500 year-old city, revere the Hanuman languars.
14. It'seem that we have to revere the matter to arbitration.
15. Europeans prefer complexity and nuance, the Japanese revere minuteness and minimalism.
16. Who should not revere you, O King of the nations?
17. Commissioned a second lieutenant , Revere participated during 1756 in the failed expedition against Crown Point.
18. An old goat is never the more revere for his beard.
19. Revere drew himself up a little at that, Lige noticed, but his voice was pleasant.
20. Hindus revere cows and slaughtering them is illegal in most of India.
21. We revere our stoic American archetypes, like the Wild West gunslinger riddled by half a dozen slugs of lead who swears, "Aw heck, Doc, it's only a scratch."
22. The Shiite Muslims who predominate there revere Hizbullah for pressuring Israel to withdraw in 2000.
23. Once hostilities began, Revere once again joined the artillery, serving without note until the disastrous expedition to Castine, Maine.
24. Versions of the event, such as this engraving by Paul Revere, rapidly circulated through the colonies, bolstering public support for the Patriot cause.
25. Jacques de Vitry and English traveler, Sir John Mandeville, stated that Georgians are called Georgian because they especially revere and worship Saint George.
26. A simple adaptive control system was designed for constant tension of double stand revere rolling mill.
27. Palin scrambled up some clauses and facts in such a way that made it sound as though she had no idea what the heck she was talking about when confronted by the words "Paul Revere.
28. Despite reclusive, his recognition for dedication to the arts made him an easy man to revere.
29. Obama quoted three times from the Koran, the 114-chapter Islamic holy book that Muslims revere as the word of God revealed to Muhammad, the founder of Islam, in the 7th century.
30. It is as if Helen had a premonition of the picture of Paul Revere in her mind before the postcard arrived.
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