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Synonyms for venerate

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to regard with great awe and devotion

Synonyms for venerate

regard with feelings of respect and reverence

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All the while, pilgrims arrived in ever-greater numbers to stand before the grotto of San Giovannone and venerate the Virgin who, they believed, had come to earth to be with them in such a literal way.
Fr Conte, who is a Franciscan Greyfriar, said he had been delighted by the huge numbers of people who had gathered to venerate the relics.
There were literally dozens of British-born Saints with much more going for them who we should venerate as our patron saint.
The ICHR says that many of these relics are fake, and if they are real, they are disrespectful to the saints and the people who venerate them.
The passes into both the Democrat and Republican parties were seized, in the last century, by the modern-day equivalent of the Gileadites, who bar entrance to all who will not faithfully pronounce and venerate the party shibboleths, watchwords and pet phrases.
The world's highest concentration of cattle are to be found not in beef-loving North America, but in India, where Hindus don't eat cows but venerate them.
They bleed, cry, radiate light, and move their eyes so that astounded onlookers will venerate them and spread the word.
Renzo Piano's newly completed basilica (AR March 2003) is an attempt to rationalise and dignify this public urge to venerate a remarkable individual and commune with the divine.
Benedict's work savors this moment of lost innocence while questioning the extent to which we can ever truly understand the past we venerate.
Originally founded as a laudese company to venerate a miraculous image of the virgin in a uniquely combined shrine, church, and granary, Orsanmichele's membership and endowments expanded dramatically in the early fourteenth century.
Lenin may have been smashed by the iconoclasts, but at first glance it seems far too many Russians are prepared to venerate Al Capone.
The Washington Post says about the D's live show "Brandishing acoustic guitars like broadswords and singing artfully profane tales of dragons slain and wenches ravished, they at once skewer and venerate the Iron Maidens and Judas Priests of the world.
They represent no one but themselves and paint a perverted view of the religion and prophet they claim to venerate.
As Catholics, as human beings, (we need) to venerate a great man, someone who really represented what the Catholic Church is supposed to be about.