Definition of venerableness in English:



  • See venerable

    • ‘In the repleteness of His venerableness, ‘His head and His hairs were white like wool, as white as snow,’.’
    • ‘Every thing coming to us from antiquity enjoys, according to its nature, a certain degree of venerableness.’
    • ‘And about its simplicity, majesty, gravity, harmony, and venerableness, there can be but one opinion.’
    • ‘The ages of these veterans ranged from fifty-nine up to the patriarchal venerableness of nearly ninety.’
    • ‘History has neither the venerableness of antiquity, nor the freshness of the modern.’