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venerable
used in The Souls of Black Folk

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respected (worthy of respect) — typically because of age or position
  • And yet, with a way to the priesthood of the Church open at last before him, the cloud lingered there; and even when in old St. Paul's the venerable Bishop raised his white arms above the Negro deacon—even then the burden had not lifted from that heart, for there had passed a glory from the earth.
    Chapter 12 (41% in)

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