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revere
used in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

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Definition
regard with feelings of deep respect and admiration — sometimes with a mixture of wonder and awe or fear
  • all in deep black, and the whole congregation, the old minister as well, rose reverently and stood until the mourners were seated in the front pew.
    Chapter 17 (52% in)
reverently = with feelings of deep respect
  • Mr. Walters was very earnest of mien, and very sincere and honest at heart; and he held sacred things and places in such reverence, and so separated them from worldly matters, that unconsciously to himself his Sunday-school voice had acquired a peculiar intonation which was wholly absent on week-days.
    Chapter 4 (51% in)
  • Then quite a group of boys and girls—playmates of Tom's and Joe's—came by, and stood looking over the paling fence and talking in reverent tones of how Tom did so-and-so the last time they saw him, and how Joe said this and that small trifle (pregnant with awful prophecy, as they could easily see now!
    Chapter 17 (20% in)

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