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Things reverend often describes (“reverend ________”)
gentleman, father, sir, fathers, gentlemen, man, friend, doctor, prelate, brother, mother, author, brethren, head, bishop, clergy, person, priest, prelates, pastor, bishops, lordship, abbot, sirs, master, body, lord, sire, minister, age, bench, persons, monk, aspect, cardinal, champion, divines, archbishop, name, clergyman, teacher, elders, pile, hermit, heads, dean, lady, historian, president, preacher, antiquity, face, ministers, friends, guest, sage, judges, writer, dignitary, doctors, host, seniors, elder, chaplain, beard, priests, personage, uncle, vicar, assembly, judge, title, rector, estimation, friar, editor, companion, custom, personages, awe, presence, professor, tutor, canon, friars, professors, countenance, locks, biographer

Descriptive words:
good, right, very, most, more, late, old, young, witty, noble, dear, less, quite, poor, illustrious, highest, grand, reverent, learned, false, holy, grave, sorry, wrong, worthy, awful, evil, triflest, worshipful, able, pious, tall, compassionate, godly, gaunt, troublesome, frightened, buddhist, pathetic, honorable, devout, pitiful, moft, hardworking, ready, letter, unspeakably

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Book See reverend used in context: 4 rhymes, 45 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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