worshipful

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adjective wor·ship·ful \ˈwər-shəp-fəl also ˈwȯr-\

Definition of worshipful

  1. 1 a archaic :  notable, distinguished b chiefly British —used as a title for various persons or groups of rank or distinction

  2. 2 :  giving or expressing worship or veneration

worshipfully

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worshipfulness

noun

Examples of worshipful in a sentence

  1. She was greeted by thousands of worshipful fans.

  2. <a movie fan's worshipful stare upon finally meeting her idol>

14th Century

First Known Use of worshipful

14th century


WORSHIPFUL Defined for English Language Learners

worshipful

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adjective wor·ship·ful \ˈwər-shəp-fəl also ˈwȯr-\

Definition of worshipful for English Language Learners

  • : feeling or showing great admiration and love for someone or something



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