Two, we wanted to offer sincere and reverent homage to those same beautifully made movies.
The story of these and her sisters we must pass in reverent silence.
This was as faithful and reverent an adaptation as could ever have been hoped for.
late 14c., "reverend;" late 15c., "characterized by reverence, deeply respectful," from Old French reverent and directly from Latin reverentem (nominative reverens), present participle of revereri (see reverence). The sense of "reverend" was common 14c. through 17c. Related: Reverently.