The camerlegno had tried to imagine how they would receive him tonight. Joyfully? reverently?
It was a title more of fear than reverence for the figure who ruled over his dominion from a wheelchair throne.
They were scientists who revered enlightenment.
"Small sheets," she said, her voice reverent.
Galileo’s Illuminati, however, saw perfection in the ellipse as well, revering the mathematical duality of its twin foci.
Close encounters with history always left Langdon numbed with reverence …. like seeing the brushstrokes on the Mona Lisa.
The media lights followed suit, dropping their beams back to earth as if out of reverence for the blackness now settling upon them.
He walked to the table and revered the sacred, metal forms that had been left there for him.
Besides, this diamond was oblong-like a kite-hardly an example of the flawless symmetry for which the Illuminati Diamond was revered.
Beyond that, though, there existed literally dozens of symbolic occurrences of Earth, Air, Fire, and Water throughout history-the Pythagorean cycles of life, the Chinese Hong-Fan, the Jungian male and female rudiments, the quadrants of the Zodiac, even the Muslims revered the four ancient elements …. although in Islam they were known as "squares, clouds, lightning, and waves."
"Many of the Illuminati," Langdon continued, "wanted to combat the church’s tyranny with acts of violence, but their most revered member persuaded them against it.
Goddamn Italian perfectionists, he cursed, now imperiled by the same artistic excellence he taught his students to revere …. impeccable edges, faultless parallels, and of course, use only of the most seamless and resilient Carrara marble.
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.