[ US /ɹɪˈvɪɹ/ ]
[ UK /ɹɪvˈi‍ə/ ]
  1. American silversmith remembered for his midnight ride (celebrated in a poem by Longfellow) to warn the colonists in Lexington and Concord that British troops were coming (1735-1818)
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How To Use Revere In A Sentence

  • manitou, too? alchera also? must i revere muramura and mimi? Top headlines
  • And how can those who profess to revere this charismatic figure, propound views so intolerantly divergent from those of their great leader?
  • The Sub – Prior readily obeyed the first part of the Abbot’s injunction, but paused upon the second — “It is Friday, most reverend,” he said in Latin, desirous that the hint should escape, if possible, the ears of the stranger. The Monastery
  • The silver flask touched her lips as reverently as the Christian chalice of gold.
  • The person who taps the keys here over the signature "revere" (or sometimes "Revere"; it's at most one at a time) is not Paul Revere. ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science
  • In fact, one of the reasons Mao remains revered is that he is credited with “unifying China”. Matthew Yglesias » The Tomorrow People
  • (Bush and Dr Cheney legacy), not just lock it up in cupboards. another inspiration for my writing is this innovative musician and activist fighting racism, Islamo-phobia and injustice head on through his "Rhythm and beats". although his documentaries and DIY cook book music genre are termed irreverence bordering treason against queen and country and glorifying terrorism among the Pakistani and Muslim youth of Britain, But it is merely exposing the truth about the sentiments of equality, discrimination, integration and assimilation. Pak Tea House
  • Applying the attribute of reverence to a mortal being borders on the blasphemous.
  • Dawkins did not share the town's reverence for the sea, nor did he have much time for those who risked their lives upon it. THE MAIN CAGES
  • Her emotion expressed itself in her earnest performance of her reverent daily devotions. Emily Fox-Seton
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