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used in Catch-22

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regard with feelings of deep respect and admiration — sometimes with a mixture of wonder and awe or fear
  • ...he lived in profound awe and reverence of the majestic, white-haired major...
    Chapter 11 — Captain Black (78% in)
reverence = deep respect
  • He seemed eternally indestructible as he sat there surrounded by danger, his features molded firmly into that same fierce, regal, just and forbidding countenance which was recognized and revered by every man in the squadron.
    Chapter 13 — Major De Coverley (11% in)
  • Good God, how much reverence can you have for a Supreme Being who finds it necessary to include such phenomena as phlegm and tooth decay in His divine system of creation?
    Chapter 18 — The Soldier Who Saw Everything Twice (32% in)
  • 'Yossarian, remember your mission,' he reminded reverently.
    Chapter 22 — Milo the Mayor (60% in)
  • 'You'd better come along with us, Father,' a lean, hawk-faced major on the chaplain's other side intoned with reverential sorrow.
    Chapter 36 — The Cellar (17% in)

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