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Sentence count:94+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-01-26Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: dignifiedgrandhonorableimportantimposingmajesticstatelySimilar words: vulnerablevenerationmiserablepreferableinnumerableconsiderabletransferablegeneralMeaning: ['venərəbl]  adj. 1. impressive by reason of age 2. profoundly honored. 
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1. The cathedral is a venerable building.
2. Columbia was a young city compared to venerable Charleston.
3. May Day has become a venerable institution.
4. We plan to visit the venerable ruins of the abbey.
5. I prayed silently for peace to those venerable remains.
6. He celebrated three venerable Cleveland institutions.
7. In this, they followed a venerable tradition.
8. The battle was the venerable one of pure, formalist art versus art with a social function.
9. London's venerable red and cream double-deckers rumbled along the Thames embankment for the last time in 1952.
10. In December 1994, for example, the venerable retailer had a same-store sales increase of 7. 3 percent.
11. He duly appeared before three or four venerable gentlemen who lectured him on how to behave in the Far East.
12. But now the venerable types are going their own separate ways.
13. Until that day this venerable charter, like a kidnapped virgin, will be jealously guarded by those who have signed it.
14. Heck, even the venerable New York Times devoted substantial ink to the whole overblown affair.
15. As for Deanes, there's an old and venerable tradition of the holy fool.
16. Breakspear was both more venerable and less ostentatious than most colleges.
17. While the church was burning, congregants pulled out venerable objects, including a safe where the books were housed.
18. At his death, the Venerable Bede gave his spices to fellow priests.
19. The video sub-system was the venerable Trident 8900C Super VGA card.
20. This is what he's done to the venerable game of golf and our conception of what is and isn't possible.
21. Maybe you still value these venerable institutions(, and although you see weaknesses in them you are working to see them changed.
22. In recent years there has been a noticeable decline in such venerable British institutions as afternoon tea and the Sunday roast.
23. The body was later taken into the vestry where it and the venerable head were washed and carefully dried.
24. Woolworth Corp. executives brought the curtain down Thursday on the venerable but money-losing chain of 400 five-and-dime stores.
25. Although occasionally an older vessel may substitute for one in dry dock,( many venerable craft have been pensioned off.
26. From a distance, they appear to be painted with venerable religious inscriptions.
27. The pageantry surrounding the court is a feast of spectacle and venerable tradition.
28. The attorney-client privilege against compelled testimony is the most venerable privilege in the law.
29. It seems that every time Robin sets sail in his venerable old craft he picks up some award or other.
30. The company's system cleaned soot from the blackened limestone and brick without damaging to the venerable surfaces.
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