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[word-lover] 【整理】2016-05-13 How to Use a Word

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Today's word is venerate, spelled V-E-N-E-R-A-T-E.

Venerate is a verb that means to regard with reverential respect or with admiring deference. It can also mean to honor something, such as an icon or a relic with a ritual act of devotion. Here is the word used in a sentence from The Star-Gazette of Elmira, New York by Chris Kocher.



"In William Shakespeare's classic, the Romans venerate their leader, but Brutus sees that Julius Caesar may be too powerful for the good of the nation."

The words venerate, revere, reverence, worship, and adore all mean to honor and admire profoundly and respectfully. Venerate implies a holding as holy or sacrosanct because of character, association, or age. Revere stresses deference and tenderness of feeling as in "a professor revered by students." Reverence presupposes an intrinsic merit and inviolability in the one honored and a similar depth of feeling in the one honoring as in "she reverenced the academy's code of honor." Worship implies homage usually expressed in words or ceremony as in "he worships their memory." Adore implies love and stresses the notion of an individual and personal attachment "we adored our doctor." Venerate, incidentally, traces back to the Latin verb venerari, from vener-, meaning "love" or "charm."

I'm Peter Sokolowski with your Word of the Day.

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[Homework]【整理】2016-05-13 How to Use a Word

Today's word is venerate, spelled V-E-N-E-R-A-T-E.

Venerate is a verb that means to regard with reverential respect or with admiring deference. It can also mean to honor something, such as an icon or a relic with a ritual act of devotion. Here is the word used in a sentence from The Star-Gazette of Elmira, New York by Chris Kocher.

In William Shakespeare's classic, the Romans venerate their leader, but Brutus sees that Julius Caesar may be too powerful for the good of the nation.

The words venerate, revere, reverence, worship, and adore all mean to honor and admire profoundly and respectfully. Venerate implies a holding as holy or sacrosanct because of character, association, or age. Revere stresses deference and tenderness of feeling as in a professor revered by students. Reverence presupposes an intrinsic merit and inviolability in the one honored and a similar depth of feeling in the one honoring as in she reverenced the academy's code of honor. Worship implies homage usually expressed in words or ceremony as in he worships their memory. Adore implies love and stresses the notion of an individual and personal attachment we adored our doctor. Venerate, incidentally, traces back to the Latin verb venerari, from vener-, meaning love or charm.

I'm Peter Sokolowski with your Word of the Day.

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