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- Jessie's voice became almost reverential.Chapter 22 (73% in)
reverential = with feelings of deep respect and admiration — sometimes with a mixture of wonder and awe
- "Truck drivers," Mae said reverently, "an' after them shitheels.Chapter 15 (89% in)
- And the girls were damp and flushed, and they danced with open mouths and serious reverent faces, and the boys flung back their long hair and pranced, pointed their toes, and clicked their heels.Chapter 24 (78% in)
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