Examples of irreverence in a Sentence
certain sects of Islam consider a woman showing her face in public to be a gross irreverence
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Throughout Moshfegh’s works, especially her short stories, her humor springs from irony and irreverence.
Doonan, the writer and Barneys creative-ambassador-at-large, recounts with characteristic humor and irreverence how this came to pass.
In adopting the Deadpool franchise's overall tone of self-award parody and irreverence, the cinematic X-Force could very well adapt to fit the genre niches that aren't currently being served by Marvel Studios' superhero movie juggernaut.
His radio show is heard by 2.2 million listeners per week on 258 stations nationwide, its format mixing humor and irreverence on a variety of sports and pop culture topics.
And while the show’s host, Jamie Foxx, brought a welcome level of irreverence to the telecast, the show was in desperate need of those watercooler moments worth talking about the next morning.
His irreverence was usually heard in short bursts, often during musical introductions before a song was sung.
Well, the pitch-black irreverence is kind of the point of the Summer of Scam.
And at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, her two-toned lengths have been serving as something of a signature—a jumping-off point for dramatic makeup moments, sleek styling, and a heavy dose of aesthetic irreverence.
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