Instead of constantly comparing ourselves to each other, we should be able to see different body types simply with veneration.
In France,” he told me, “there isn't as much interest in the veneration of relics.
Father Bambini was one of those old-fashioned masters, who treat their art with love and veneration.
Then Iona,—'the sacred place which as long as I can remember, I had thought on with veneration.'
I saw laws like those of the old laws of England, every where obeyed with cheerfulness and held in veneration.
He regarded her with awe and veneration, and murmured that she was a lily of goodness.
Far, very far beyond my poor powers of expression are the great love and veneration with which ever and always I look upon you.
There used to be thousands who recognized it with veneration and affection.
It is customary for a Hindu wife to eat the leavings of food of her husband as a mark of her veneration for him.
He had told her that his respect, his esteem, and his veneration, had all passed away.
early 15c., from Middle French veneration, from Latin venerationem (nominative veneratio) "reverence," from past participle stem of venerari "to worship, revere," from venus (genitive veneris) "beauty, love, desire" (see Venus).