Self-reverence



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 in addressing or mentioning a member of the clergy (usually preceded by your or his).
verb (used with object), reverenced, reverencing.
6.
to regard or treat with reverence; venerate:
One should reverence God and His laws.
noun
1.
a feeling or attitude of profound respect, usually reserved for the sacred or divine; devoted veneration
2.
an outward manifestation of this feeling, esp a bow or act of obeisance
3.
the state of being revered or commanding profound respect
4.
(archaic) saving your reverence, a form of apology for using an obscene or taboo expression
verb
5.
(transitive) to revere or venerate
noun
1.
(preceded by Your or His) a title sometimes used to address or refer to a Roman Catholic priest

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