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revere
used in The Hound of the Baskervilles

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Definition
regard with feelings of deep respect and admiration — sometimes with a mixture of wonder and awe or fear
  • He stood now gazing with great reverence at the famous detective.
    Chapter 4 — Sir Henry Baskerville (93% in)
reverence = deep respect and admiration
  • At the present instant one of the most revered names in England is being besmirched by a blackmailer, and only I can stop a disastrous scandal.
    Chapter 5 — Three Broken Threads (54% in)
  • We all three shook hands, and I saw at once from the reverential way in which Lestrade gazed at my companion that he had learned a good deal since the days when they had first worked together.
    Chapter 13 — Fixing the Nets (97% in)

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