- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of worship.
“Funny that the "trickle down" that John McCain worships never seems to make it to education ...”
“Coming from a Church that venerates and adores and prays to -- you must not say "worships" -- as many saints as there are days in the calendar, this stricture is refreshing.”
“God being unreal to them, their relation to Him being unrecognized, they turn to what is real to them, and engage in various so-called worships: money-worship, hero-worship, ancestor-worship, the worship of material power and machines, the worship of political States and their rulers.”
“Cut and paste much, oh minion of the anti american Murdock, whos very name worships the austrailian billionaire, and licks the bleeding cyst of Oxy Cottonballs.”
“That family of four attended so-called worships, listening to some of the most hateful messages delivered from any so-called sanctuary pulpit.”
“In a society that literally 'worships' perfection and same-ness, individuals with physical and cognitive disabilities are dismissed and discriminated against everywhere.”
“He "worships" science and education you could say.”
“Mollie, maybe we're supposed to automatically assume that someone who "worships" the Boston Celtics is Catholic?”
“Heavens to Betsy where David, the hero, admits that he "worships" the heroine.”
“CMPA is the group that tells us the press 'worships' obama when it reports something positive;”
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