Respect synonyms

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To show great respect or high regard for; treat with deference and courtesy
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To treat with consideration
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A yielding in opinion, judgment, or wishes
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A particular aspect, feature, or detail:
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To revere is to think very highly of someone or to greatly admire someone.
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To mind; to regard with care; to take notice of; to attend to; to observe.
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To treat with great respect and deference.
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(Idiomatic) To show respect or admiration for.
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A rise in value;—opposed to depreciation.
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To treat with consideration
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The definition of an admiration is a person or thing being adored or loved.
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Favorable opinion; high regard; respect
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Regard is defined as consideration or attention for something or someone.
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To esteem
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Concern means to deal or be involved with or to cause an anxious feeling.
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The characteristic of being respectful.
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Used as a courtesy title for the children of barons and viscounts and the younger sons of earls.
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To esteem
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To esteem
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To have high regard for
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A person's high standing among others
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(Anatomy) One member of a compound eye, as found in insects and crustaceans.
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To treat with consideration
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To treat with consideration
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Veneration; profound awe and respect, normally in a sacred context.
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To be or become aware of, especially through careful and directed attention; notice:
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To pay as tribute.
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Great respect or importance:
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To esteem
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To reverence (a deity, etc.) with supreme respect and veneration; to perform religious exercises in honour of.
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An area separated from another area by an intervening feature, such as a line or barrier:
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The definition of consider is to decide, keep in mind, or believe as true.
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(Idiomatic) To consider or regard; to include (as in an estimate or plan) or pay attention to; to notice; to allow for.
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Treasure is defined as to find value in a person or thing.
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(Obsolete) To pay reverence to by external action.
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To raise in value or price, especially over time.
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To hold dear; to embrace with interest; to indulge; to encourage; to foster; to promote; as, to cherish religious principle.
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The process of making an estimate.
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A kind or helpful deed; an instance of voluntarily assisting (someone).
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Friendly greetings.
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The configuration of the stars, constellations, or planets in relation to one another.
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Reputation:
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A commitment or agreement, especially when sealed by a handshake; one's word:
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To pronounce judgment against; sentence:
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The general opinion or judgment of the public about a person or thing:
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To be aware of the significance of
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To expose to ridicule; make fun of.
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To consider or reject (doing something) as beneath one's dignity:
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To remain faithful to something or someone; to stand to; to adhere.
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To refuse or fail to obey (an order or rule).
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Prize means to place high value on.
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A person's high standing among others
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The state of affairs; the situation:
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A member of a Germanic tribe first mentioned by Tacitus, one of several which invaded Britain and merged to become the Anglo-Saxons.
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The set of ideas, experiences, and circumstances forming the basis of someone's judgments, values, etc.
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(Architecture) One of two or more openings in a window divided by a mullion or mullions.
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To laud the glory of (God, etc.), as in song; glorify; extol
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The act or words of a person who greets; salutation; welcome
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The state, fact, or an instance of obeying, or a willingness to obey; submission
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To confer an honour or privilege upon (someone).
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To treat with consideration
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To treat with consideration
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To esteem
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Disrespect is defined as rudeness or a lack of courtesy.
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US spelling of dishonour.
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A feeling or show of contempt and aloofness; scorn.
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To notice with care; to observe; to remark; to heed
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The definition of complimentary is something that is free or included in a larger cost.
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Careful to fulfill obligations.
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(Archaic) Valuable.
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The definition of prestigious is someone or something that is highly respected or esteemed.
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Good enough to be seen, used, etc.; presentable
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Prudence or restraint in action or decision:
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A feeling of deep respect and reverence
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To treat with consideration
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To treat with consideration
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Conferring honor; showing respect
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Meriting praise; worthy of high praise
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Full of or characterized by respect; showing deference or dutiful regard
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Capable of being shaped; malleable.
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The quality or state of being respectable
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To regard highly; esteem:
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The effect of relative distance and position
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To force (open) with a lever; to pry.
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(To give up): To deprive oneself of, as by being frugal; to do without; to dispense with; to give up; to part with.
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A treatment or account:
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A measure of how far some cyclic behavior, such as wave motion, has proceeded through its cycle, measured in degrees or radians. At the beginning of the phase, its value is zero; at one quarter of its cycle, its phase is 90 degrees (π/2 radians); halfway through the cycle its value is 180 degrees (π radians), and so on. &diamf3; The phase angle between two waves is a measure of their difference in phase. Two waves of the same frequency that are perfectly in phase have phase angle zero; if one wave is ahead of the other by a quarter cycle, its phase angle 90 degrees (π/2 radians); waves that are perfectly out of phase have phase angle 180 degrees (π radians), and so on.
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​(intransitive) To turn one's consideration (to); to deal with (a task, problem, concern etc.), to look after. [from 15th c.]
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To mimic or resemble closely:
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Uphold is defined as to support or defend, or to keep from sinking.
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Holding a benefice in commendam.
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(Obs.) Credible
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Susceptible or open, as to testing or criticism:
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Based on deference; based on the doctrine, ideology, or wishes of others rather than one's own conclusions
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In good enough shape that someone or something can be shown to other people, tidy, attractive
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Regarded as proper usage; standard
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Expressing reverence; reverent.
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The definition of venerable is respected or honored, or in the Catholic faith it can also mean someone who is considered holy and who may be considered for sainthood.
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(Obs.) Proof
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A cause of such a mental state
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(Archaic) Duty, business; something which one must do.
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The fact, quality, or state of being devoted
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An oath of such loyalty
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A prominent or distinctive part, quality, or characteristic:
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The quality of being obsequious; servile compliance
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A small individual part of something larger; a detail, a point. [from 15th c.]
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Reference means someone or something which is a source of information about a subject.
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To look down on with contempt and scorn
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Of, or relating to veneration.
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