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used in The Sunlight Dialogues

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respected (worthy of respect) — typically because of age or position
  • The hills falling away to Alexander, the railroad track cutting through the fields a half-mile back of the house, the rails gleaming like newly sheared tin, ties black and neat as a logical argument fully understood, the woods in the distance yellowgreen with spring, like the grass in the cemetery, and above the woods a sky of mottled clouds as pure and venerable as his father's stone.
    5 — Hunting Wild Asses (54% in)

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