- reveransyèldemontre respè
Adjective(1) feeling or manifesting veneration
(1) Perhaps it was the violin's formidable heritage, or the choice of repertoire, which accounts for the politely reverential tone of much of the recording.(2) And at a time when the country needed to be cheered up, the sight of our reverential politicians getting the mickey taken out of them was as uplifting a vision as could be.(3) We must tread on nature softly with reverential silence.(4) Nigel and Fergal look on with a variety of pained and reverential expressions - at one point actually sitting in pews while a survivor reads to the congregation from the Bible.(5) Fans still talk about it in near reverential tones.(6) Damn, I was simply trying to strike the appropriate, reverential tone for this great institution.(7) You can't be too reverential or take those famous Pinter pauses - totally natural breaks in conversation - to an extreme, because it can get a bit stiff.(8) I'm certain they had a Chess channel, where epochal matches of the past were recreated in hushed reverential tones.(9) They have a special feeling to them, not the least of which is provided by the house itself which is grand and reverential and thick with age like its great works of art.(10) If anything she's too reverential and deferential.(11) If even the Holocaust, or, more correctly, the hushed and reverential tones in which we typically discuss it, is a fit subject for humour, then why not disability?(12) But, for the most part, the media coverage of the pope's death has been intelligent, respectful, and even reverential .(13) Hicks offers a reverential homage to nature, while a slightly pompous drama slowly unfolds.(14) Ancient Babylon, with its glistening towers and lavish horticultural cascades, must once have inspired similar reverential whispers.(15) The ambience is one of total comfort, without the reverential - and off-putting - hush that some ostensibly great restaurants seem to encourage.(16) Out of respect for the lost leader, talk of a succession contest has been muted but, despite the reverential treatment, there is no rule in politics that states that the meek shall inherit the earth.
1. respectful ::
Different Formsreverential, reverentially
English to Haitian Dictionary: reverential
Meaning and definitions of reverential, translation in Haitian language for reverential with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of reverential in Haitian and in English language.
Tags for the entry "reverential"
What reverential means in Haitian, reverential meaning in Haitian, reverential definition, examples and pronunciation of reverential in Haitian language.