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- adj. Alternative form of God-fearing.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a reverential and loving feeling towards God; devoutly religious.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Reverencing and obeying God.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. deeply religious
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He currently lives in a state of denial but sometimes wonders if he should stockpile emotional weaponry and secede like every single one of the unquestioningly god-fearing, American Founding Fathers wanted him to.
I thank god daily that i live in beautiful god-fearing Starkville Mississippi!
We do well to be “god-fearing” nation – “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom.”
But as long as elected Republicans continue to be the conduit by which megacapitalists manipulate the god-fearing, intelligence-hating base, the GOP will continue to be the pustule it's become.
What planet do you and the rest of the so-called “god-fearing” conservatives live on, QE?
“We are a spiritual, god-fearing people,” he answered.
Gee, I thought that Republicans were meek and lowly god-fearing people – NOT!
Presumably there are those who care little for their safety and/or property, though whether those might be god-fearing believers or atheistic sinners — well, one might ponder long and hard.
I can't quarrel with the Ten Commandments, but they are honored in the breach, that is, they are broken so often by god-fearing men and women, they are not to be taken seriously.
Some thirty years ago, Cinefantastique hailed Robin Hardy's The Wicker Man as "the Citizen Kane of horror," lauding the Anthony Shaffer-scripted story of a god-fearing police detective trying to solve a mystery within a community of Scottish pagans for its bold eroticism and cunning narrative.