reverencing

[ rev-er-uhns, rev-ruhns ]SEE DEFINITION OF reverencing

Antonyms for reverencing

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The world-weary man looks on with wonder, reverencing yet not comprehending.

Who was Apollo, and what relation did his worship bear to reverencing “the day of the sun?”

Never did a woman so forget herself in reverencing, nigh worshipping, the man she had chosen to marry.

We ought to limit ourselves to believing these things, and reverencing in silence the designs of God, who permitted them.

But an Italian will laugh and go on reverencing and obeying in a way we should never dream of.

It involves the meanness of flattering their own oppressors, and the wickedness of reverencing those who blaspheme Christ.

The superstition of reverencing our own country is bad, but the superstition of reverencing other people's countries is worse.

The Broctonians are reported as reverencing the Bible, but this can only mean that they reverence it in Swedenborg's fashion.

God′-forsak′en, miserable, as if forsaken by God; God′-fear′ing, reverencing God.

No one will ever read the history of the Donner Party without greatly loving and reverencing the character of this faithful wife.