CET6 TEM8 IELTS TOEFL
1、vener- + -able.
- venerable (adj.)
- early 15c., "worthy of respect," from Old French venerable and directly from Latin venerabilis "worthy of reverence or respect," from venerari "to worship, revere" (see veneration). As a title, used in reference to ecclesiastics (in the Anglican church, specifically of archdeacons) or those who had obtained the first degree of canonization. Related: Venerably; venerability.
- 1. Venerable dailies such as the Tokyo Times have shut down.
- 2. Her Chinese friends referred to the Empress as their venerable ancestor.
- 3. Columbia was a young city compared to venerable Charleston.
- 4. a venerable old man
- 5. We plan to visit the venerable ruins of the abbey.
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