No feudal lord ever felt or demanded such reverence for the title of his wife...
"Instinct," said Dr. Pritchett reverently.
She stood looking at his room as if it were a museum where she must touch nothing and reverently memorize everything.
From across the river, people looked at it with reverence and thought of it as a monument to a living man whose character had the nobility of the building’s lines.
Her eyes lowered, her face stern, holding her head bowed as in an act of reverence, she said slowly, as if fulfilling a solemn promise, "Will you forgive me?"
To the glory of mankind, there was, for the first and only time in history, a country of money-and I have no higher, more reverent tribute to pay to America, for this means: a country of reason, justice, freedom, production, achievement.
Who, then, had been the traitor?-he thought; he thought it almost without feeling, without right to feel, conscious of nothing but a solemnly reverent clarity.
She could not believe that these things were the culture she had so reverently looked up to and so eagerly waited to discover.
Unless you learn the answers to these questions-and learn to stand at reverent attention when you face the achievements of man’s mindyou will not stay much longer on this earth, which we love and will not permit you to damn.
It’s the final triumph of …. You’ll have to excuse me a minute, Dr. Stadler," said Dr. Ferris hastily, tearing forward, like an over trained lackey at the sound of a bell, in the direction of what looked like a group of aging rowdies; he turned back long enough to add two words which he seemed reverently to consider as a full explanation: "The press!"
There are no more uses of "revere" in the book.
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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.