Unreverent

Related to Unreverent: irreverent

Un`rev´er`ent


a.1.Irreverent.
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Naive naturalism accused the true naturalism of being "unfeeling and unreverent, cold and mathematical dissection and analysis of the Great Goddess as a sacrilege and outrage." (32) The true naturalists reject the naive naturalism as romantic and inconsistent.
and leave the stage For those who choose to shift its scene, And modernise a by-gone age, Unreverent to what has been.
of God unreverent used, the townes [tombs] and sepulcres of honorable
(23) In 1612, John Roze, now mayor, exchanged 'vndecent and unreverent speeches' with John Hassard in disputes over the church rates and the town charter.
The opening scene of King John shows Faulconbridge as a "rude man" (1.1.64) and "madcap" (84), an "unreverent boy" (227) with "country manners" (156).
and your unreverent knees, Make them your feet to kneel to be forgiven.
Alphonso shows a gold piece to a beggar only to take it away in a petty gesture (1.2.70); Seberto finds him "too unreverent" in his charitable obligations (1.2.75).
(1.1.100) Alphonso shows a gold piece to a beggar only to take it away in a petty gesture (1.2.70); Seberto finds him "too unreverent" in his charitable obligations (1.2.75).