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How Do You Spell REVERE?

Correct spelling for the English word "revere" is [ɹ_ɪ_v_ˈiə], [ɹɪvˈi͡ə], [ɹɪvˈi‍ə]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of REVERE

  1. Regard as sacred or exalted, hold in deep& usu. affectionate or religious respect, venerate. [Latin]

Anagrams of REVERE

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Common Misspellings for REVERE

Below is the list of 475 misspellings for the word "revere".

Similar spelling words for REVERE

Usage Examples for REVERE

  1. A feeling of sadness and yet of thankfulness comes over me, as I see before my mind's eye brethren of our own Mission with whom I was associated- Buyers, with his intimate acquaintance with the native languages, his large knowledge, and his kindly disposition; Shurman, the keen, impetuous, plodding German scholar, whose great monument is his translation of the Old Testament into Hindustanee; Mather, first of Benares and afterwards of Mirzapore, one of the most enterprising and devoted missionaries ever sent to India, whose peculiarity of temper and urgency with new plans led in his early years to unpleasantness, but who, when well known, was one of the truest and kindest of men, with whom for many years we had an intimate friendship, and whose memory and that of his excellent wife we shall always revere; and Sherring, one of the most amiable of men and most pleasant of colleagues, a man of marked attainments, and an indefatigable worker. - "Life and Work in Benares and Kumaon, 1839-1877" by James Kennedy
  2. Some people in Church's time, as well as our own, have been disposed to doubt the man's treachery, but Paul Revere was firmly convinced that the doctor was in the pay of General Gage. - "The Romance of Old New England Rooftrees" by Mary Caroline Crawford
  3. I knew them both, and to know was to revere them. - "Coelebs In Search of a Wife" by Hannah More

Conjugate verb Revere

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have revered
you would have revered
he/she/it would have revered
we would have revered
they would have revered
I would have revere
you would have revere
he/she/it would have revere
we would have revere
they would have revere

CONDITIONAL PERFECT PROGRESSIVE

I would have been revering
you would have been revering
he/she/it would have been revering
we would have been revering
they would have been revering

CONDITIONAL PRESENT

I would revere
you would revere
he/she/it would revere
we would revere
they would revere

CONDITIONAL PRESENT PROGRESSIVE

I would be revering
you would be revering
he/she/it would be revering
we would be revering
they would be revering

FUTURE

I will revere
you will revere
he/she/it will revere
we will revere
they will revere

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be revering
you will be revering
he/she/it will be revering
we will be revering
they will be revering

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have revered
you will have revered
he/she/it will have revered
we will have revered
they will have revered

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been revering
you will have been revering
he/she/it will have been revering
we will have been revering
they will have been revering

IMPERATIVE

you revere
we let´s revere

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to revere

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was revering
you were revering
he/she/it was revering
we were revering
they were revering

PAST PARTICIPLE

revered

PAST PERFECT

I had revered
you had revered
he/she/it had revered
we had revered
they had revered

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been revering
you had been revering
he/she/it had been revering
we had been revering
they had been revering

PRESENT

I revere
you revere
he/she/it reveres
we revere
they revere

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am revering
you are revering
he/she/it is revering
we are revering
they are revering

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

revering

PRESENT PERFECT

I have revered
you have revered
he/she/it has revered
we have revered
they have revered

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been revering
you have been revering
he/she/it has been revering
we have been revering
they have been revering

PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE

he/she/it revere

SIMPLE PAST

I revered
you revered
he/she/it revered
we revered
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