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revere
used in Ulysses by James Joyce

7 uses
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Definition
regard with feelings of deep respect and admiration — sometimes with a mixture of wonder and awe or fear
  • Reverently look at her as she reclines there with the motherlight in her eyes,
    Episode 14 — Oxen Of The Sun (82% in)
reverently = with feelings of deep respect and admiration — sometimes with a mixture of wonder and awe
  • His reverence: mum's the word.
    Episode 8 — Lestrygonians (3% in)
  • Of all his kings Richard is the only king unshielded by Shakespeare's reverence, the angel of the world.
    Episode 9 — Scylla And Charybdis (82% in)
  • This meanwhile this good sister stood by the door and begged them at the reverence of Jesu our alther liege Lord to leave their wassailing for there was above one quick with child, a gentle dame, whose time hied fast.
    Episode 14 — Oxen Of The Sun (10% in)
  • I want patience, said he, with those who, without wit to enliven or learning to instruct, revile an ennobling profession which, saving the reverence due to the Deity, is the greatest power for happiness upon the earth.
    Episode 14 — Oxen Of The Sun (51% in)
  • I shudder to think of the future of a race where the seeds of such malice have been sown and where no right reverence is rendered to mother and maid in house of Horne.
    Episode 14 — Oxen Of The Sun (52% in)
  • With circumspection, as invariably when entering an abode (his own or not his own): with solicitude, the snakespiral springs of the mattress being old, the brass quoits and pendent viper radii loose and tremulous under stress and strain: prudently, as entering a lair or ambush of lust or adders: lightly, the less to disturb: reverently, the bed of conception and of birth, of consummation of marriage and of breach of marriage, of sleep and of death.
    Episode 17 — Ithaca (91% in)

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