I meet RP at the venerable Grill Room, where I had countless business lunches as a high-flying magazine editor.
Headed west to edit the venerable Hollywood Reporter, the former Us Weekly star will face a challenge from upstart websites.
There is no notion of San Francisco's tumultuous and venerable gay history.
The New York Times attacked the venerable department store as a haven for overweight polyester fiends.
In fact, she may have gone from a venerable fashion icon to a new irrelevancy almost overnight.
A saffron-coloured mantle and a richly embroidered Median vest glittered on the person of the venerable Artaphernes.
The venerable Persian gazed at her for an instant, and then clasped her to his bosom.
The Prince of Slavna held the venerable office, and had been to Court in the dress appropriate to it.
It is a venerable chestnut, and known as "the father of the forest."
It was, therefore, fatal to many of the most venerable fanes and trophies of the earlier ages.
early 15c., from Latin venerabilis, from venerari "to worship, revere" (see veneration). As a title, used in reference to ecclesiastics or those who had obtained the first degree of canonization.