Sir-reverence



[sur-rev-er-uh ns] /ˌsɜrˈrɛv ər əns/
noun, Obsolete.
1.
(used as an expression of apology, as before unseemly or indelicate words.)
sir-reverence
interjection
1.
(obsolete) an expression of apology used esp to introduce taboo or vulgar words or phrases

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