Two, we wanted to offer sincere and reverent homage to those same beautifully made movies.
This was as faithful and reverent an adaptation as could ever have been hoped for.
The parade was solemn, with reverent music and the call-and-response singing of two choirs.
The story of these and her sisters we must pass in reverent silence.
The institution became to him not simply a thing of personal pride, but an object of reverent regard.
Was he the most ardent of friends or the most reverent of lovers?
The atmosphere of the Church is that of expectancy, of reverent waiting for further revelation of the Divine will and purpose.
Of Art, his mistress, he is always an eager, reverent pupil.
Eunice wondered, to reverent admiration, at the love and forbearance with which he thanked her for the concession.
Yet Nature is reverent; and it is her voice to which we listen.
late 14c., "reverend;" late 15c., "characterized by reverence, deeply respectful," from Old French reverent and directly from Latin reverentem (nominative reverens), present participle of revereri (see reverence). The sense of "reverend" was common 14c. through 17c. Related: Reverently.