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  • n. The state or condition of being worshipful; reverence.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The state or character of being worshipful.


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worshipful +‎ -ness


  • Furthermore, Sobel is wrong about 'worshipfulness'.


  • I'm sure Titus would be offended with his worshipfulness of great looks.

    "Susan Boyle: What's the big deal?"

  • Gary, who studied physics - I border on worshipfulness when it comes to physicists - is the director of the Australian Laboratory for Advanced Media Production (LAMP), and also heads up Virtual Worlds for the UK-based The Project Factory, for which he produced the highly successful and eminently revistable (as the traffic numbers indicate) Australian Telstra and ABC Second Life presences.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • The Bushites saw, as a guilt avoidance technique leading adoption of a messianic mission point of view, in which disasters are seen buy them as advantages afforded by God to those who see themselves as worthy of leadership are worthy of worshipfulness by everyone else, gave rise to the abandonment of New Orleans.

    Terror Part Un! The War on Terror Is A Faux Issue!

  • Our instinctive worshipfulness then comes to the fore with all these created things; how much more when we encounter the Source of it all—God, who is Beauty, Truth, and Goodness?

    The Courage To Be Christian

  • Let him see how his gaze transforms me into a quivering mass of devoted worshipfulness.

    Alvin Journeyman

  • We may, however, recognise the beauty and worshipfulness of the plan.

    The Prayer Book Explained

  • When she told of her cooking lessons he kissed the little white hands he held, and when she spoke of her hospital work he touched his lips to eyes and brow in reverent worshipfulness.

    The Man of the Desert

  • Good to worshipfulness may be the man that holds them, and I hate them the more therefore; they are lies that, working under cover of the truth mingled with them, burrow as near the heart of the good man as they can go.

    Unspoken Sermons Third Series

  • Possibly, no doubt, some dim apprehension of the true grounds of woman's worshipfulness might mingle with the lover's sentiment, but it was very far from being the clear and distinct sense necessary to redeem his homage from the charge of extravagance.

    A Positive Romance 1898


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