[ US /ˈɹɛvɝənd, ˈɹɛvɹənd/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈɛvəɹˌɛnd/ ]
  1. a title of respect for a clergyman
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How To Use Reverend In A Sentence

  • ; Ofeibea Quist-Arcton recalls the recent death of South African legend Miriam Makeba and Wanyama wa Chebusiri interviews Reverend Stephen Mburu, a pastor at the Kiambaa church near Eldoret in western Kenya who was attacked and left to die after violence following polls a year ago BBC Focus on Africa Magazine via Exact Editions
  • 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
  • Where did you find that bit about the reverend, by the way? EVERVILLE
  • Leading the service, the reverend described Mr Jackson as ‘the most energetic of people’ with a passion for life.
  • It would be sounded high that he debased human nature, which has a "cognation," so the reverend and learned Doctor Cudworth calls it, with the divine; that the soul of man, immaterial and immortal by its nature, was made to contemplate higher and nobler objects than this sensible world, and even than itself, since it was made to contemplate God and to be united to Him. Letters to Sir William Windham and Mr. Pope
  • No more scriptures, reverend, and no more discussions about my supposed duties.
  • I grandthinked after his obras after another time about the itch in his egondoom he was legging boldylugged from some pulversporochs and lyoking for a stool-eazy for to nemesisplotsch allafranka and for to salubrate himself with an ultradungs heavenly mass at his base by a suprime pomp-ship chorams the perished popes, the reverend and allaverred cromlecks, and when I heard his lewdbrogue reciping his cheap cheateary gospeds to sintry and santry and sentry and suntry I thought he was only haftara having afterhis brokeforths but be the homely Churopodvas I no sooner seen aghist of his frighte-ousness then I was bibbering with vear a few versets off fooling for fjorg for my fifth foot. Finnegans Wake
  • Now, we learn the reverend is joking about being Obama's VP. Clinton, Obama dead even, poll says
  • ‘The Reverend Mother has a lot of lines,’ she said.
  • Within three days Reverend Thorn approached one of the most gracious villages ever to have developed in America: the tree-lined, white-clapboarded, well-gabled village of Walpole, near the Connecticut River in southwestern New Hampshire. Hawaii
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