of the nature of or characterized by reverence; reverent: reverential awe.

1545–55; reverent + -ial

reverentiality [rev-uh-ren-shee-al-i-tee] , reverentialness, noun
reverentially, adverb
nonreverential, adjective
nonreverentially, adverb
unreverential, adjective
unreverentially, adverb Unabridged
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reverential (ˌrɛvəˈrɛnʃəl)
resulting from or showing reverence: a pilgrimage is a reverential act, performed by reverent people

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Example sentences
Those fortunate enough to have driven it still talk about it, in almost
  reverential tones.
Don't come here expecting gastronomy, or even behavior that's particularly
  reverential or polite.
Some viewers have objected to the less than reverential way in which he is
Freer and less reverential adaptations exist as well.
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