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Similar words: reverereverentreverencereverentlyirreverentirreverencerevertfor everMeaning: [rɪ'ver /rɪ'vɪə]  adj. profoundly honored. 
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1 Nelson Mandela is revered for his brave fight against apartheid.
2 He is revered as a national hero.
3 The professor was revered for his immense learning.
4 Her name is revered in Spain.
5 The Chinese revered corn as a gift from heaven.
6 He is now revered as a national hero.
7 A number of institutions revered and respected in earlier times have become Aunt Sally for the present generation.
8 Mr White was revered for his great learning by all the students in the college.
9 If anything,[] some of finials revered in anti-Semitic behavior.
10 Ondaatje is revered as one of Canada's best writers.
11 And Cal is a revered institute of higher learning.
12 Collins was revered by his fellow countrymen.
13 Revered by millions, he is detested by countless others.
14 His name is revered still in Ayrshire.
15 Jones is much revered as the king of country, and his fans deserve the whole picture.
16 What Lear revered in Gould - his remarkable business sense and financial efficiency - Gould probably found exasperatingly lacking in Lear.
17 Romulus and Remus were revered as the pair from whom the foundation of Rome derived.
18 By the 1830s he was a revered scientist and had invented an electromagnetic coil machine.
19 So Superman, once the most recognized and revered hero in comic books, was sent back to the drawing board.
20 Revered by many, the institution now finds itself confronted by critics.
21 Britten was particularly revered for his vocal scores for children, which captured their imagination and interest without condescension.
22 Kelly Johnson was a curmudgeon, but he was revered at the Skunk Works for his refusal to compromise about airplanes.
23 Wordsworth, Coleridge and Dorothy have been too much revered by their admirers, and their common humanity played down.
24 His uncompromising attitude is that our revered document is static and not subject to evolution or judicial interpretation.
25 The principle of market forces was applied to some of the countries most revered institutions.
26 The twelfth-century papacy was rooted in a distant and revered past.
27 But in the Orient Hsu Fu could also be a spiritual and religious icon, a figure to be revered.
28 Mother was the one whose constant touch and voice and care I depended on and revered in daily.
29 They pulled a mild upset of eighth-seeded but nationally revered Duke in the first round.
30 Set in 1936, the movie stars Mikhalkov himself as a revered Bolshevik and Ingeborga Dapkounaite as his wife.
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