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Burgundy is focusing inward, looking to its oldest and most venerable vines for an ancient answer to a modern menace.

Databases run the world, but database products are often some of the most mature and venerable software in the modern tech stack.

Sundog has been on both sides of such an encounter, and according to the venerable who-yields-to-whom trail signs, it’s the biker that should be yielding to the hiker.

So you have that long to fool around with the venerable, if comedically aged internet browser.

The venerable dining guide of more than a century had taken a break from awarding its coveted stars last fall as covid hit the hospitality industry.

Phonetic, made-up lyrics are another venerable tradition of folk music, and “pa-rum-pa-pa-pum” is iconic of the genre.

Manhattanites are concerned that a decade of Bloombergian rent increases now threatens their venerable dining scene.

We salute a venerable lineage of strong women, big hair, and drama.

Considered a “patriotic food” during World War II, rabbits were raised alongside the venerable victory gardens on the homefront.

There is no notion of San Francisco's tumultuous and venerable gay history.

Rouen is interesting for its antiquities, including several venerable and richly adorned Churches which I had no time to visit.

In summer time its owners and their friends frequently tea within its venerable trunk.

And having embraced the venerable dwarf, he emerged out of the well roaring with laughter.

A venerable personage appeared, and asked them for whom this road was made.

Everything tending to this end is to him venerable and holy, and it is in this respect alone that he worships the Lingam.


On this page you'll find 58 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to venerable, such as: esteemed, grand, revered, stately, venerated, and admirable.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.