Definition of Reverends

1. Noun. (plural of Reverend) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of reverend) ¹

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Definition of Reverends

1. reverend [n] - See also: reverend

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reverends

reverberatory
reverberatory furnace
reverbing
reverbs
revere
revered
reverence
reverenced
reverencer
reverencers
reverences
reverencest
reverenceth
reverencing
reverendly
reverends
reverent
reverential
reverentially
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reverer
reverers
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reverest
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reverie
reveries
reverified
reverifies
reverify

Literary usage of Reverends

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1. The Fudges in England: Being a Sequel to "The Fudge Family in Paris" by Thomas Moore (1835)
"RESOLUTIONS PASSED AT A LATE MEETING OF Reverends AND RIGHT Reverends. RESOLVED,—to stick to every particle Of every Creed and every Article, ..."

2. Red River by Joseph James Hargrave (1871)
"The North West Cricket Club—Journey to Canada—Prairie travel — Reverends Messrs. Bompas and Gardiner—Subsequent ..."

3. A Cyclopedia of the Literature of Amateur Journalism by Truman J. Spencer (1891)
"Dead, Right Reverends and Wrong Reverends of every order. Dead, men and women born with heavenly compassion in your hearts. And dying thus around us every ..."

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