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Reverence

(preceded by Your or His) a title sometimes used to address or refer to a Roman Catholic priest
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And even if these questions can be answered honestly, should such a tradition be reverentially maintained?
I AM DRAWN BACK EXCITEDLY AND REVERENTIALLY TO THE ceramics of Louise Boscacci.
His monumental legacy is treated in a massive corpus of both reverentially religious and soberly academic studies, without parallel in the field of Jewish studies.
Said spoke of him reverentially - of his "redoubtable medical expertise and remarkable humanity" that kept him going during his darkest times, and there were many.
These were placed reverentially on a shell specially mounted on the wall beneath the scarlet lamp illuminating the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
He not only belted out I Predict A Riot but almost caused one by throwing himself into the crowd who carried him reverentially above their heads.
The women, who had prepared, squeezed, and drained the manioc, gathered reverentially around the peccaries' motionless bodies.
Inadvertently he elbows a book to the floor and reverentially bends to pick it up, kissing the binding.
Like the vast majority of Ferry's catalog, Frantic is strong rock'n'roll with dramatic, often HUGE, arrangements setting the stage for Ferry's unique baritone with its understated, come hither overtones--though his reading of "Goodnight Irene" reverentially simple.
The Texas columnist describes his colleague more reverentially as "the taller and better-dressed Stephen.
We were taken upstairs to another large hall with impressive brass pavilion where the relics were reverentially enshrined.