a gathering of reverential awe in the rustic faces
In respect of ideality, reverence, wonder, and other such phrenological attributes, it is no worse off than it used to be.
I saw him stand uncovered in the bitter air, with a reverence for something.
Mr. George produces his present, which is greeted with admiring leapings and clappings by the young family, and with a species of reverential admiration by Mr. Bagnet.
Though it may be, Jo, that there is a history so interesting and affecting even to minds as near the brutes as thine, recording deeds done on this earth for common men, that if the Chadbands, removing their own persons from the light, would but show it thee in simple reverence, would but leave it unimproved, would but regard it as being eloquent enough without their modest aid—it might hold thee awake, and thou might learn from it yet!
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Many fans revere Michael Jordan as one of the greatest basketball players of all time.
Richard Nixon did much to erode reverence for the presidency.