What is another word for worshipfully?

Pronunciation: [wˈɜːʃɪpfəlɪ] (IPA)

"Worshipfully" is an adverb that describes the manner of worship or reverence. It can be replaced by various other synonyms to convey similar meanings such as reverently, devoutly, adoringly, venerate, honorably, and respectfully. Each of these synonyms carries a unique nuance that emphasizes different aspects of worship. For example, "reverently" may imply a more hushed or peaceful form of worship, while "adoringly" connotes a passionate and enthusiastic approach. "Devoutly" suggests a deeply committed and dedicated approach, and "venerate" may carry a connotation of awe or deep respect rather than love. Regardless of which synonym is used, the purpose is to describe an attitude of deep and sincere regard towards a higher power or object of worship.

Usage examples for Worshipfully

Henley said, worshipfully, under his breath, as he leaned over the bed.
"Dixie Hart"
Will N. Harben
But the king and all the barons marvelled at Sir Balin's fortune, and many knights were envious of him, for, "Truly," said the damsel, "this is a passing good knight, and the best man I have ever found, and the most worshipfully free from treason, treachery, or villainy, and many wonders shall he achieve."
"The Legends Of King Arthur And His Knights"
James Knowles
"When the King of France had made accord between St Thomas and King Henry, the Archbishop," Voragine tells us, "came home to Canterbury, where he was received worshipfully, and sent for them that had trespassed against him, and by the authority of the Pope's Bull openly denounced them accursed, unto the time they came to amendment.
"England of My Heart--Spring"
Edward Hutton

Famous quotes with Worshipfully

  • He, without voice and opening of lips, formed in my soul these words: These words said our Lord, meaning His blessed Passion as He shewed it afore. On this shewed our Lord that the Passion of Him is the overcoming of the Fiend. God shewed that the Fiend hath now the same malice that he had afore the Incarnation. And as sore he travaileth, and as continually he seeth that all souls of salvation escape him, worshipfully, by the virtue of Christ’s precious Passion. And that is his sorrow, and full evil is he ashamed: for all that God suffereth him to do turneth us to joy and him to shame and woe. And he hath as much sorrow when God giveth him leave to work, as when he worketh not: and that is for that he may never do as ill as he would: for his might is all taken into God’s hand.
    Julian of Norwich
  • Don Donald was clearly accustomed to addressing people whose only way of responding was to nod worshipfully and take notes. He did not, in other words, leave a lot of breaks in his testimony to allow for discussion. For the moment, that was fine, since it made it easier for Richard to drink.
    Neal Stephenson

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