venerate[ ven-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF venerate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VENERATE
Why do we slight any word of Him whom we venerate and worship under the name of the Word?
They venerate the sun as Dharam Deota, but no offerings are made to him.
They venerate him as highly as they do the Prophet, and consider all other Musalmns to be unbelievers.
The man or the divinity we venerate at nineteen we instinctively bow to at forty.
But I don't have to venerate him and fuss over him and listen to him.
Yet how common it is to venerate the form and to deny the spirit!
We cannot venerate any one in whom appreciation is not divorced from desire.
Venerate him I knew that I never could; but I already pitied him exceedingly.
Your nature seems to require something to venerate, as well as to love.
Accustomed to despise, she felt all the luxury it is to venerate!