[self-ri-vee-ling, self-] /ˈsɛlf rɪˈvi lɪŋ, ˌsɛlf-/
displaying, exhibiting, or disclosing one’s most private feelings, thoughts, etc.:
an embarrassingly self-revealing autobiography.
noun 1. a feeling or attitude of deep respect tinged with awe; veneration. 2. the outward manifestation of this feeling: to pay reverence. 3. a gesture indicative of deep respect; an obeisance, bow, or curtsy. 4. the state of being revered, or treated with respect tinged with awe. 5. (initial capital letter) a title used […]
adjective 1. feeling, exhibiting, or characterized by reverence; deeply respectful: a reverent greeting. adjective 1. feeling, expressing, or characterized by reverence
noun 1. Harry Gordon, 1857?–1947, British retail merchant, born in the U.S.
noun 1. speech or action intended to cause contemptuous laughter at a person or thing; derision. verb (used with object), ridiculed, ridiculing. 2. to deride; make fun of. noun 1. language or behaviour intended to humiliate or mock; derision verb 2. (transitive) to make fun of, mock, or deride