reverently

[ rev-er-uh nt, rev-ruh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF reverently
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He arose, as he spoke, and reverently placed the chaplet on the head of Plato.

I laid it reverently on the washhand-stand, as a heart should be laid on an altar.

At the door he turned, took her hand and kissed it gently and reverently.

These things we have passed by reverently, as symbols of a people's trust in its kind.

Goring and I picked him reverently up and laid him on his bed.

"You don't know all," he said again, and kissed her reverently.

Then he kissed her once on the mouth, reverently but deliberately.

He followed her and took her hand, and, bending down, kissed it reverently.

They fetched the weed and handed it reverently to the Curate.

He could not altogether understand the boys, who hung upon his words so reverently.

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