irreverent


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Synonyms for irreverent

having or showing a lack of respect

Synonyms for irreverent

showing lack of due respect or veneration

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characterized by a lightly pert and exuberant quality

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not revering god

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It's such a strong export because they can be irreverent, it means you can be genuine and honest about a car and say what you think.
In an emotional act of defiance, Charlie Hebdo resurrected its irreverent and often provocative newspaper, featuring a caricature of the Prophet Muhammad on the cover that drew immediate criticism and threats of more violence.
There's so much of my mother's caustic, sarcastic, irreverent take on things.
Published author Carine Fabius presents her latest wickedly insightful work, Sex, Cheese, and French Fries: Women are Perfect, Men are from France, a novel of an American woman's relationship with her irreverent French husband.
It was following a burgeoning reputation in Britain--notably with a cheerfully irreverent Nutcracker, which was good but neither so good nor so cheerfully irreverent as the Mark Morris version, and a tediously cheeky Highland Fling, a clumsy rereading of Bournonville's La Sylphide--when Bourne hit the big time in 1995 with Swan Lake.
In this colorfully illustrated and irreverent book, Sussman, a science educator, introduces the young reader to the major concepts in science and how they connect everything from stars to atoms to ourselves.
But the project also addressed, in sublimely irreverent ways, serious art issues, including originality, reproduction, mimesis, and the revolutionary potential of the copy machine a la Hans Magnus Enzensberger.
Football and All That - An Irreverent History by Norman Giller (Hodder, pounds 7.
In the irreverent spirit of Betty and Pansy's Severe Queer Review series, here's a peachy gay travel guide (the first dedicated exclusively to Atlanta) that's not just another flimsy inventory of bars, dance clubs, and sceney gyms.
The book is a fast, witty and fun read, especially if you're a fan of Ellerbee's irreverent style.
Wollie is as irreverent as ever though her dates seem a bit livelier than her previous appearance (see DATING DEAD MEN).
HERE IS OUR decidedly irreverent analysis of the latest comings and goings in the corner suite:
Known for its fun, irreverent style and attention to the individual, JC DeNiro & Associates made its award system reflect that attitude.
AdBumb, founded in June 2001 by Pesach Lattin, has long been hailed by insiders as an essential, and irreverent, voice in the online advertising industry.
Bishop of Motherwell Joseph Devine said: 'Many Catholics view this as an irreverent, gratuitous and publicly funded attack on their faith.