Definition: deserving reverence; N: priest
Definition: deserving reverence; N: priest
Sentences Containing 'reverend'
``No, reverend sir; I have been liberated by some one.''
``Reverend sir, I am impelled''``Every criminal says the same thing.''
``Pardon, reverend sir,''said Caderousse;``you have saved my life once, save me again!''
``Are you alone, reverend sir, or have you there soldiers ready to seize me?''
``Ah, reverend sir, I tell you the simple truth.''
``You are right; it is not you who should apprise M. Danglars, it is I.''``Do not do so, reverend sir.''
``Reverend sir,''said Caderousse, drawing still nearer.
``What a wrist you have, reverend sir!''
``I don't know how to write, reverend sir.''
``Oh, you have some design against me, reverend sir.''
``Ah, reverend sir, tell me, do you wish me dead?''
Caderousse continued to call piteously,``Help, reverend sir, help!''
``Ah, you will tell all I have said, will you not, reverend sir?''
said Traddles--'by the Reverend Horace--to Sophy--down in Devonshire.
I say it only shows his foolish, impious pride, and abominable, devilish rebellion against the reverend clergy.
His grandfather was the Reverend Dugald Stewart of Rothesay.
He married Annabella, daughter of the Reverend Charles Stewart.
Jon McClure of Reverend and the Makers also hosted Reverend Soundsystem.
It is named in tribute to Reverend Benjamin Demers, promoter of the new parish in 1895.
The church already had another pastor, Reverend John Wilson, who was unsympathetic to Hutchinson.
He was the grandson of Reverend Douglas Stuart Murray, Rector of Blithfield, Staffordshire, who was the grandson of the Right Reverend George Murray, who was the son of the Right Reverend Lord George Murray, the second son of John Murray, 3rd Duke of Atholl.
Davis College was founded in April 1900 by Reverend and Evangelist John Adelbert Davis.
Franklin was born in Memphis to Barbara (née Siggers) and Reverend C. L. Franklin.
The Reverend M.S. Ragsdale platted the only addition to the town on August 23, 1870.
It was built for the Reverend James Haldane Stewart and is a Grade II* Listed building.
The parish is currently under the rectorate of the Right Reverend Andrew St.
Having spent several years in the priesthood, Reverend Corea was appointed Chaplain to the Bishop of Colombo.
The Church celebrated its Diamond Jubilee during the time of Reverend Ivan Corea.
Reverend Ivan Corea was co-opted to the Committee by the Bishop and served as Secretary.
Reverend Corea also served on the Diocesan Council of the Centenary Year in 1945.
The Reverend Louis W. Parson and his wife migrated to Albany from Shubuta, Mississippi in 1927.
There is appointed as reverend of twenty Wrocław dioceses.
The current minister is The Reverend Anne Tolland, who was installed in December 2001.
It was also sung briefly by Reverend Harry Powell (Robert Mitchum) in "The Night of the Hunter".
The ordinary of the diocese is the Right Reverend Kevin Pearson History.
Reverend Blackstone died on November 7, 1935.
Friedrich was the son of Reverend Friedrich von Bodelschwingh and his wife Frieda.
The Reverend George Young in his "History of Whitby and Streoneshalh Abbey" (1817) says:
In April 2009, the Reverend Aaron Denson (born ca.
Fowler defeated Reverend Hosea Williams in a runoff election.
It was part of the curriculum at the Reverend James Maury's Academy in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
Summersby was the son of the Reverend B J Summersby, a Congregational minister from Oxfordshire.
By the 1980s he had become known to many as Reverend Sims, though he was never formally ordained.
The Reverend Thomas Burns, a nephew of the poet Robert Burns, was the spiritual guide.
The current dean is the Very Reverend Phillip Saunders.
The building was named for Reverend Timothy Woodbridge, one of the founders of Yale College.
Reverend Phillips of Rowley, Massachusetts was able to testify in her defense on June 3, 1692.
In 1919, The Reverend R.C. Shannonhouse, was "encouraged to undertake the building of a church."
• Executive Director and Producer is Reverend Todd Bell.
The minister (since 1988) is the Very Reverend Alan Birss.
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filch - steal (things of small value)
conifer - pine tree (usu. evergreen); cone-bearing tree; ADJ. coniferous; CF. deciduous; CF. evergreen
obtuse - blunt; not sharp; stupid; slow in understanding
unfledged - immature; not having the feathers necessary to fly; CF. fledgling
exchequer - treasury; Ex. Chancellor of the exchequer
emancipate - set free; liberate
allege - state without proof
pandemic - widespread; affecting the majority of people; N: pandemic disease; CF. all people
reconcile - make friendly again (after quarrel); make consistent (two ideas in opposition); correct inconsistencies; Ex. reconcile one's political principles with one's religious beliefs