worshipped

[ UK /wˈɜːʃɪpt/ ]
[ US /ˈwɝʃəpt/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. regarded with deep or rapturous love (especially as if for a god)
    an idolized wife
    adored grandchildren
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How To Use worshipped In A Sentence

  •   The thundering lauwine — might be worshipped more; Childe Harold's Pilgrimage
  • Charged they were that they worshipped an ass's head; which impious folly -- first fastened on the Jews by Tacitus, Hist., lib.v. cap. 1, in these words, "Effigiem animalis, quo monstrante errorem sitimque depulerant, penetrali sacravere" (having before set out a feigned direction received by a company of asses), which he had borrowed from Apion, a railing Egyptian of Alexandria [224] -- was so ingrafted in their minds that no defensative could be allowed. The Sermons of John Owen
  • “But suppose, Maggie, —suppose it was a man who was not conceited, who felt he had nothing to be conceited about; who had been marked from childhood for a peculiar kind of suffering, and to whom you were the day-star of his life; who loved you, worshipped you, so entirely that he felt it happiness enough for him if you would let him see you at rare moments——”15 IV. Another Love-Scene. Book V—Wheat and Tares
  • Major Hasan also made an early morning stop at a mosque, the Islamic Community of Greater Killeen, where he has worshipped for three months.
  • This historic church has been sanctified by the prayers and praises of countless thousands who have worshipped within its walls.
  • The Children of Danu were the powers of life, the powers worshipped in the ecstatic dances among the woods and upon the mountains, and they had the flamelike changeability of life, and were the makers of all changes. Later Articles and Reviews
  • I am so angry this morning; the USA have elected as President a man who has consorted with a terrorist, liaised with a fraudster, lied in interviews and worshipped in a black supremacist church. BBC Radio 4 Today programme (Wed 21 Jan 08:00-08:15)
  • The Baroness (as she was known after her marriage to a shifty nobleman) and her friends worshipped novelty, inappropriateness, audacity, not piously but with ferocious abandon.
  • I am so angry this morning; the USA have elected as President a man who has consorted with a terrorist, liaised with a fraudster, lied in interviews and worshipped in a black supremacist church. BBC Radio 4 Today programme (Wed 21 Jan 08:00-08:15)
  • From time immemorial, in hot and rainy lands, a hypaethral court, either round or square, surrounded by a covered portico, was used for the double purpose of church and mart, — a place where God and Mammon were worshipped turn by turn. Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah
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