from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Worthy or deserving of honor or respect; worshipful.
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Newsflash: Batman is a fictional character created for your entertainment, not some worship-worthy god.
But if there is no spark of worship-worthy divinity in the individual twigs of humanity, whence comes that godlike splendour which the Moses of Positivism fondly imagines to pervade the whole bush?
For Christians, Easter - the day Jesus is said to have risen from the dead - is preceded by several worship-worthy events.
There's really no better evidence of Sasha Fierce onstage than worship-worthy pop-culture blogger
But still, there is no deity or worship-worthy power, force, etc. within the system.
There is no mention of any deity or worship-worthy aspect of the "Religion."
After all, surely someday the new trick pony with his circus full of worship-worthy Congresscritters will decide that perpetual wars, debtor-nationship, and a gradual decline into indentured servitude for rising foreign powers isn't really a good "change".
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