To regard with awe, deference, and devotion.(verb-transitive)
Variant of revers.(noun)
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Use "revere" in a sentence
"In his current column at Politico, the oh-so-funny Mike Allen asks: Do reporters 'revere' Senator Clinton?"
"Zwelethini urged the government to "revere" King Shaka Day and not to "dilute" the day with celebrations commemorating "other heroes"."
"Amerikans "revere" The Economist because it's a British publication .... it's nevertheless the same-old "Capitalist" propaganda."