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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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Later in the day, it's the afternoon," he intones reverentially.
Relatively young at 47, he is not only reverentially called 'Amangpintor' (Father Painter) by his people; his artworks are also being collected internationally, some even housed by the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
Addressed reverentially as "Bhuvaji" (aunt), she whiles away her time reading pulp fiction, and when she meets a hunky swimming coach, she fantasises through mobile telephone conversations with him, pretending to be one of the characters in the novels she reads.
Melanie Adan, KTO's Mice (meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions) marketing manager, reverentially recalled that 'Descendants of the Sun,' was filmed on the cafe's premises.
Government building flags across the city were lowered on order of Mayor Greg Fischer, who spoke reverentially about Ali at Saturday's ceremony.
You can imagine the experienced worker's face when she entered the bedroom five minutes later to see the young girl sitting on a chair next to the body with her head bowed reverentially WEARING the shrowd.
No other squad has ever been spoken about as reverentially and with such affection as that one.
He treats the sport too reverentially, and as the governing body, they receive respect throughout seemingly just for running such a popular national institution.
His delusions of grandeur, poor political judgement and major blunders are never visited as the myth of his infallibility is reverentially maintained.
Their nostalgic contents are presented meticulously, even reverentially, but are just dirt.
Panneerselvam, were seen reverentially greeting their leader with folded hands after taking over.