- v. UK Simple past tense and past participle of worship.
- adj. regarded with deep or rapturous love (especially as if for a god)
“The calf they worshipped is here called the calf of”
“It is at least certain that Lord John Russell served England -- the country whose freedom, he once declared, he 'worshipped' -- with unwearied devotion, with a high sense of honour, with a courage which never faltered, with an integrity which has never been impeached.”
“The only reason he’s worshipped is that he’s safely dead.”
“Whenever any civil or ecclesiastical enactment conflicts with the requisitions of Jehovah, that power is worshipped, which is obeyed in preference to the other: “Know ye not that to whom ye yield yourselves servants to obey, his servants ye are whom ye obey?””
“On top of that, because * mulungu spirits demanded supplication in the places in which they dwelled, many times Africans are characterized as having "worshipped" God in the "bush" when their propitiatory ceremonies were in reality supplicating forest-dwelling spirits that could cause havoc and were wholly distinct from * Mulungu, the Creator. 31”
“Funny how fickle the public is, Had it been someone who doesnt know how to act or isnt in the least some kind of worshipped celelbrity, would you dorks be pining over him this much?”
“Still, he "worshipped" Miss Elsa and Miss Sophy, the sister-teachers at the private school where his parents sent him after the public school failed to teach him to write legibly.”
“Monwabisi had "worshipped" his father and had complained about not seeing him.”
“These prophets of Baal were such as worshipped the sun, after the manner of the Tyrians.”
“The brothers, cousins, and other relatives came next, but being of the same generation as the bride and bridegroom, they also knelt down and "worshipped" them in return.”
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