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AUTHORED BY: Surjeet Dalal @GeekDalal

Surjeet Dalal @GeekDalal

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Daily Vocabulary - "Venerable"

venerable

Part of Speech:

Adjective  

Meaning(s):

Highly respected especially because of wisdom or character

Variations in Form:

More venerable (Comparative)

Most venerable (Superlative)

Venerate (Verb)

Veneration (Noun)

Sentence:

Mahatma Gandhi’s contribution to India’s freedom movement and his principle of “Truth & Non-violence” earned him so much respect that he earned the title of the “Father of the Nation”. Undoubtedly, he is the most venerable person in India’s history.

Synonyms:

Eminent, respected, honorable (honourable), revered, august, admired, illustrious, glorious, distinguished, acclaimed, worthy

Similar Words:

noted, renowned, noted, famous, famed, exemplary, ideal, perfect, consummate, accomplished, prominent, great

Antonyms:

Dishonorable, disrespected, disgraceful, infamous, ignoble, discreditable, disreputable, immoral, outrageous, shameful, despicable, contemptible


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