Venerable

The Venerable is used as a style or epithet in several Christian churches. It is also the common English-language translation of a number of Buddhist titles. ==Christianity== ===Roman Catholic=== In the Latin Church of the Catholic Church, a deceased Catholic may be declared a Servant of God by a bishop and proposed for beatification by the Pope t...
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Venerable

• (a.) Rendered sacred by religious or other associations; that should be regarded with awe and treated with reverence; as, the venerable walls of a temple or a church. • (a.) Capable of being venerated; worthy of veneration or reverence; deserving of honor and respect; -- generally implying an advanced age; as, a venerable magistrate; a ...
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venerable

1. Capable of being venerated; worthy of veneration or reverence; deserving of honor and respect; generally implying an advanced age; as, a venerable magistrate; a venerable parent. 'He was a man of eternal self-sacrifice, and that is always venerable.' (De Quincey) 'Venerable men! you have come down to us from a former generation.' (D. Webster) â...
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venerable

adjective impressive by reason of age; `a venerable sage with white hair and beard`
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Venerable

Ven'er·a·ble adjective [ Latin venerabilis : confer French vénérable .] 1. Capable of being venerated; worthy of veneration or reverence; deserving of honor and respect; -- generally implying an advanced age; as, a venerable magistrate; a venerable parent. ...
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venerable

impressive by reason of age
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venerable

impressive by reason of age
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Venerable

In the Latin Church of the Catholic Church, after a deceased Catholic has been declared a Servant of God by a bishop and proposed for beatification by the Pope, such a servant of God may next be declared venerable (`heroic in virtue`) during the investigation and process leading to possible canonization as a saint. Before a person is considered to ...
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venerable

profoundly honored
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venerable

profoundly honored
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Venerable

The Venerable was a British first class battleship of 15,000 tons launched in 1899. HMS Venerable was a British Colossus Class light fleet aircraft carrier of 13190 tons displacement launched in 1943. HMS Venerable was powered by four Admiralty 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 25 knots. She carried a crew of 850 plus aircrew and between...
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venerable

title or respectful form of address, used from very early times in Europe, especially for certain clergy or for laymen of marked spiritual merit. St. ...
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venerable

venerable, venerbleness, venerability 1. Commanding respect by virtue of age, dignity, character, or position; worthy of veneration or reverence, as because of high office or noble character: a venerable member of Congress. 2. Worthy of reverence, especially by religious or historical association: venerable relics. 3. With reference to places, bu...
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venerable

[adj] - impressive by reason of age
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