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Great respect; reverence.‘the traditional veneration of saints’
- ‘They, therefore, offer worship and not mere veneration to it.’
- ‘They were not objects of respect and veneration; they became objects of mockery.’
- ‘Adoration and veneration may be the stuff of religious vision.’
- ‘Just maybe we can confront our place with awe and admiration, respect and veneration.’
- ‘What he possesses in spades is a respect that borders on veneration.’
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