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- adj. Capable of being worshiped; worthy of veneration.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being worshiped; worthy of worship.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of or worthy of being worshiped.
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The rampant vigor with which Japanese Buddhism began to absorb everything in heaven, earth and sea, which it could make a worshipable object or cause to stand as a
Hero is still worshipable: this, under poor cramped incipient forms, is what all Pagan religions have struggled, as they could, to set forth.
In some texts, she is described as the supreme goddess who is worshipable by everyone.
By all means the "MOTHER" a semi devine figure: worshipable in most cases.
After finishing his daily activities he came to his assembly and offered respect to worshipable personalities such as his gurus and the brahmanas.
Exceptional work:) (Barbarossa is a 12th century worshipable rock-head on, Tue 3 Feb, 14: 27, Reply)