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feeling or showing reverence

Synonyms for reverent

feeling or showing profound respect or veneration

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showing great reverence for god

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The unexpected treats for long-term fans (and make no mistake this was a diehard crowd, reverent enough to be sparing in the use of mobile phones) also included encore Dry The Rain and offered further proof that the singer, who has previously steered clear of playing his old band's songs, is finally enjoying his past along with his present.
Provisions in the Bill do not do enough to ensure that during and after the removal of remains they are treated in a decent and reverent manner or that they are subsequently reinterred in consecrated land, the petition says.
While Muscle Shoals can't match the quality of The Last Waltz or PBS's The Blues, the film offers a reverent and infectious glimpse into a town and culture responsible for some of the finest R&B, soul, and rock and roll ever recorded.--Asawin Suebsaeng
Through language that is equally acerbic, spiritual, obscene, and reverent, he develops an image of corrupted Native American identity and personal cynicism in the wake of his wife's death.
According to the New York Daily News, Francis issued his call to organized crime members to convert their hearts, a day after the beatification of the Reverent Giuseppe (Pino) Puglisi in Palermo, Italy.
The local TCC (Towards Creating Communities) multicultural action group headed by the Reverent Aidan Coleman, spearheaded the traffic calming project, well supported by the local parish council.
The vernacular of common prose that appears so disarming, so simple, becomes the ground we walk on, so that, head in the clouds, so to speak, we can discover "strange relations, by proxy." The tone is often reverent, but perhaps this word today means naive or oblivious.
It's difficult to imagine an architect in our time designing such a simple and reverent piece of architecture.
They are very reverent and also beautiful and singable--as well as joyful.
During the early 1960s I was invited to audition for the old Taff Vale boozers' "kazoo band" by their distinguished conductor, "old Charlie" ("Blocko" to those of us of a less reverent nature).
To trace the evolution of Queen Elizabeth and her role from the decades of the 1950s through the 2000s, Moorhouse (curator, National Portrait Gallery, London) compiles reverent and irreverent images of Her Majesty drawn from royal portraits from the Gallery's collections and works by artists including Lucien Freud and Andy Warhol.
Chintz for skirts, though Papa, reverent with details,
They expressed deep thanks, gratitude, reverent feelings and appreciation for His Majesty the SultanEoe1/4aos generous and limitless support while presiding over the GCC Supreme CouncilEoe1/4aos session; a support which will yield positive fruits and contribute to achieving the aims and aspirations of the Supreme CouncilEoe1/4aos blessed march.
Both men and women need to realise that the fear (reverent awe, honour and obedience) of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom.
It was the first time I had been there (representing Fr Peter Leighton of St Mary's Cathedral) and I was greatly impressed by the seamless dignity, the reverent solemnity and the polished efficiency of the occasion.